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Second  Lieutenants: 

ERICH  BARTELS,  from  October  22, 
1864,  to  January  3,  1865. 

ADELBERT  VON  RODER,  from  Janu- 
ary 3  to  February  28,  1865. 

ALEXANDER  S.  STERN,  from  March  9 
to  August  4,  1865. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED: 

HANNEMANN,  RUDOLPH,  as  Adju- 
tant. 

FENSTERER,  JACOB,  as  Chaplain. 

ELMEIER,  HERMANN,  as  Captain. 

GUTTERMAN,  FREDERICK,  as  First 
Lieutenant. 

HESSE,  PETER,  as  First  Lieutenant 
(2d). 

VON  STEDINGK,  OSCAR,  as  First 
Lieutenant. 

DEBOESCHE,  JULIUS,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

MAERZ,  HEINRICH,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

MUHLBAUER,  FRANCIS,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

SCHONDORF,  CONRAD,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

WARE,  HENRY  B.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

BARTELS,  ERICH,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  September  21,  1864;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  October  22, 
1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
January  3,  1865;  killed  in  action,  March 
31,  1865,  at  Boydton  Plank  Road,  Va.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 6,  1864,  with  rank  from  October 
22,  1864,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 14,  1864,  with  rank  from 
December  3,  1864,  vice  Riegel,  promoted. 

BECKER,  GUSTAV,  late  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, lipth  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  G,  this  regiment,  May  24, 
1864;  as  conditional  Second  Lieutenant 
and  as  Captain,  May  31,  1864;  discharged 
for  disability,  December  18,  1864;  not 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant;  com- 
missioned Captain,  October  18,  1864,  with 
rank  from  September  14,  1864,  original. 
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BLUECHER,  GEBHARD,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  at  Tompkinsville  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  March  28,  1865;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  July  I,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  4, 
1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New  York  harbor; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May 
31,  1865,  with  rank  from  March  7,  1865, 
vice  Wilhelm,  promoted. 

BRACHT,  AUGUST,  late  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, ist  Battalion,  Artillery;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  D,  this  regiment, 
June  13,  1864;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  October  7,  1864;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  January  2, 
1865;  deserted,  July  30,  1865;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  September  16, 
1864,  with  rank  from  August  30,  1864, 
vice  Krickel,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
November  30,  1864,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 7,  1864,  vice  Von  Luttwitz,  pro- 
moted. 

BRAND,  ARTHUR  A.,  late  Captain,  iigth 
Infantry;  enrolled  at  New  York  city,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  D,  this 
regiment,  May  24,  1864;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  31,  1864;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  September  12,  1864;  dismissed, 
November  7,  1864;  not  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, September  14,  1864,  with  rank  from 
September  i,  1864,  original. 

BRUECK,  JULIUS,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled in  the  field,  Virginia,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, March  26,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's 
island,  New  York  harbor;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  February  28,  1865, 
with  rank  from  February  18,  1865, 
original. 

DEBOESCHE,  JULIUS,  late  First  Lieu- 
tenant, 7th  Infantry;  appointed  and  mus- 
tered in  as  conditional  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, this  regiment,  March  7,  1864;  no 
further  record;  not  commissioned. 

DEPLANQUE,  ALBERT,  late  Captain, 

4th  Cavalry;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  this  regiment,  May  31,  1864; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  June  4,  1864;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  13,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  no  date;  discharged 
for  disability  from  wounds,  December  8, 


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1864,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  27,  1864, 
with  rank  from  May  31,  1864,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  August  8,  1864,  with 
rank  from  August  5,  1864,  vice  Meyer, 
promoted. 

DODT,  HELENUS,  late  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, 2pth  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  this  regiment,  August  26, 
1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  September  14, 
1864;  as  Captain,  February  25,  1865; 
transferred  to  Company  C,  February  28, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  company,  Au- 
gust 4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New  York 
harbor;  Major,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet,  from  April  9,  1865;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  October  18,  1864,  with 
rank  from  September  14,  1864,  original; 
Captain,  January  31,  1865,  with  rank  from 
December  29,  1864,  vice  Krayer,  dis- 
charged. 

ELMEIER,  HERMANN,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  August  10,  1864;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  31,  1864;  wounded  in 
action,  April  2,  1865,  at  fall  of  Petersburg, 
Va.;  died,  of  his  wounds,  April  10,  1865, 
at  City  Point  Hospital,  Va.;- commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  6, 
1864,  with  rank  from  October  22,  1864, 
original;  Captain,  not  mustered,  March 
30,  1865,  with  rank  from  March  i,  1865, 
vice  Riegel,  discharged. 

FASSBINDER,  LOUIS,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  July  9,  1864;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  October  21,  1864;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  January 
28,  1865;  wounded  in  action,  March  31, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  company,  Au- 
gust 4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New  York 
harbor;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
September  16,  1864,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 30,  1864,  vice  Schumacher,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  January  20,  1865, 
with  rank  from  December  18,  1864,  vice 
Nelle,  promoted. 

FENSTERER,  JACOB,  commissioned 
not  mustered,  Chaplain,  April  6,  1865,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  original. 

FISCHER,  FRANZ  H.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 


pany E,  July  12,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant, 
no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  B,  August  22,  1864;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  December  2,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 12,  1864,  with  rank  from  July  16, 
1864,  vice  Muehlbauer,  declined. 

FRICKE,  GEORGE  C,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  September  2,  1864;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  January  2, 
1865;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
February  28,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's 
island,  New  York  harbor;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  30,  1864, 
with  rank  from  October  27,  1864,  vice 
Sick,  killed  in  action;  First  Lieutenant, 
February  18,  1865,  with  rank  from  Febru- 
ary 4,  1865,  vice  Oppenheim,  promoted. 

FRIEDRICH,  JACOB,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled at  Jamaica  to  serve  one  year,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H,  Oc- 
tober 4,  1864;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  January  12,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  August  4,  1865,  at 
Hart's  island,  New  York  harbor;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December 
22,  1864,  with  rank  from  December  2, 
1864,  vice  Fischer,  discharged. 

GFRORNER,  ANTHONY  J.,  age  28 
years;  late  First  Lieutenant,  54th  In- 
fantry; enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  condi- 
tional Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
March  3,  1864;  as  Captain,  May  i,  1864; 
resigned,  February  22,  1865;  see  I9oth 
Infantry;  not  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant;  commissioned  Captain,  July 
27,  1864,  with  rank  from  April  18,  1864, 
original.  . 

GROSSMAN,  CARL  OTTO,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  at  Brooklyn  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F, 
August  22,  1864;  promoted  Corporal, 
September  I,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  G,  October  II, 
1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
January  28,  1865;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island, 
New  York  harbor;  see  isth  Artillery; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 18,  1864,  with  rank  from  September 


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14,  1864,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  Jan- 
uary 20,  1865,  with  rank  from  December 
18,  1864,  vice  Hesse,  reduced  to  ranks. 

GUTTERMAN,  FREDERICK,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  August  I,  1864;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  9,  1864;  dismissed, 
March  21,  1865;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  13,  1864,  with  rank 
from  August  5,  1864,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, not  mustered,  January  31,  1865, 
with  rank  from  December  29,  1864,  vice 
Dodt,  promoted. 

HANNEMANN,  RUDOLPH,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  F,  August  24,  1864; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  September  I, 
1864;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  March  18,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  August  4,  1865,  at 
Hart's  island,  New  York  harbor;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  30, 
1865,  with  rank  from  March  i,  1865,  vice 
Von  Stedingk,  promoted;  Adjutant,  not 
mustered,  July  25,  1865,  with  rank  from 
June  29,  1865,  vice  Oppenheim,  resigned. 

HEIMBURG,  JULIUS,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  September  21,  1864;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  October  22,  1864; 
as  Captain,  Company  B,  March  13,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  4, 
1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New  York  harbor; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 6,  1864,  with  rank  from  October  18, 
1864,  original;  Captain,  March  2,  1865, 
with  rank  from  February  22,  1865,  vice 
Gfrorner,  resigned. 

HESSE,  PETER,  late  Adjutant,  7th  In- 
fantry; mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
A,  this  regiment,  March  I,  1864;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  March  29,  1864;  reduced  to 
ranks  by  sentence  of  general  court- 
martial,  December  17,  1864;  wounded  in 
action,  March  31,  1865,  near  South  Side 
Railroad,  Va.;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island, 
New  York  harbor;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  27,  1864,  with  rank 
from  March  28,  1864,  original;  again 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  First  Lieu- 
tenant, June  17,  1865,  with  rank  from 


March  31,  1865,  vice  Bartels,  killed  in 
action. 

KAUFFMANN,  JULIUS,  late  Second 
Lieutenant,  46th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  this  regiment,  Oc- 
tober 4,  1864;  promoted  Corporal,  no 
date;  transferred  to  Company  C,  Jan- 
uary i,  1865;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  28,  1865;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  February  22, 
1865;  discharged,  May  15,  1865,  at  Lincoln 
General  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Jan- 
uary 20,  1865,  with  rank  from  December 
18.  1864,  vice  Fassbinder,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  March  2,  1865,  with  rank 
from  February  22,  1865,  vice  Heimburg, 
promoted. 

KERNER,  WILHELM,  late  Captain,  54th 
Infantry;  enrolled  March  10,  1864,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  B,  this  regiment, 
May  i,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant,  no  date; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  July  15, 
1864;  captured  in  action  and  paroled,  no 
date;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
A,  May  20,  1865;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island, 
New  York  harbor;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  27,  1864,  with  rank  from 
July  14,  1864,  original;  Captain,  May  16, 
1865,  with  rank  from  April  10,  1865,  vice 
Elmeier,  died  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

KOZUSZECK,  PAUL,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  one 
year,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany B,  October  4,  1864;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  February  28, 
1865;  resigned,  June  14,  1865;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  18, 
1865,  with  rank  from  February  4,  1865, 
vice  Fricke,  promoted. 

KRAYER,  WILLIAM,  late  First  Lieuten- 
ant, 7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  condi- 
tional Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
this  regiment,  March  3,  1864;  as  Captain, 
June  4,  1864;  resigned,  December  29, 
1864;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  Captain,  July  27,  1864, 
with  rank  from  May  31,  1864,  original. 

KRICKEL,  EMIL,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years; 
promoted  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in 


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as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  Au- 
gust 22,  1864;  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  October  n,  1864;  resigned  on 
account  of  disability,  February  4,  1865; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
8,  1864,  with  rank  from  August  5,  1864, 
vice  DePlanque,  promoted;  Adjutant, 
September  16,  1864,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 30,  1864,  original. 

KROPAIZ,  JOHN,  age  37  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
H,  March  16,  1865;  promoted  Sergeant, 
no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  16,  1865;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  August  4,  1865, 
at  Hart's  island,  New  York  harbor; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May 
16,  1865,  with  rank  from  April  10,  1865, 
vice  Kerner,  promoted. 

LEUBUSCHER,  LOUIS,  late  Captain, 
ligth  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  this  regiment,  September  2, 
1864;  discharged,  March  7,  1865,  as  of 
date  of  muster-in;  commissioned  Captain, 
December  6,  1864,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 22,  1864,  original. 

LIEBOLD,  HERMANN,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  August  24,  1864,  at  Poughkeepsie 
to  serve  one  year;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  to  date  October  I,  1864; 
discharged,  June  29,  1865;  commissioned 
Captain,  October  15,  1864,  with  rank  from 
September  28,  1864,  original. 

LUTZ,  CHARLES  F.,  late  First  Lieuten- 
ant, 45th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  I,  this  regiment,  October 
4,  1864;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  no 
date;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  I,  1865;  promoted  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  February  2,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  4, 
1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New  York  harbor; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 22,  1864,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 8,  1864,  vice  Oppenheim,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  March  2,  1865,  with 
rank  from  February  2,  1865,  vice  Meyer, 
dismissed. 

MAERZ,  HEINRICH,  age  43  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  conditional  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  I,  June  4, 
1864;  no  further  record;  not  commis- 
sioned. 


MEYER,  EMIL,  age  27  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F,  Au- 
gust 2,  1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 12,  1864;  dismissed,  February  12, 
1865 ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
September  14,  1864,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember I,  1864,  original. 

MEYER,  LORENZ,  late  Lieutenant-Colo- 
nel, 2Oth  Infantry,  reorganizing;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  C,  this  regiment, 
May,  17,  1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  June 
4,  1864;  as  Captain,  Company  E,  August 
9,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New 
York  harbor;  see  i6th  Cavalry;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  27,  1864, 
with  rank  from  May  31,  1864,  original; 
Captain,  August  13,  1864,  with  rank  from 
August  5,  1864,  original. 

MOTT,  THOMAS  B.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  18,  1864,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  June  4,  1864;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  March  13,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's 
island,  New  York  harbor ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  2,  1865,  with 
rank  from  February  22,  1865,  vice  Kauff- 
mann,  promoted. 

MUHLBAUER,  FRANCIS,  late  Captain, 
46th  Infantry;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, declined,  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
30,  1864,  with  rank  from  July  16,  1864, 
vice  Riegel,  promoted. 

NELLE,  AUGUSTUS  H.,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled March  4,  1864,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  March  29,  1864;  pro- 
moted Sergeant  and  First  Sergeant,  no 
dates;  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  July 
15,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  January  28,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's 
island,  New  York  harbor;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  27,  1864,  with  rank 
from  July  14,  1864,  original;  Captain, 
January  20,  1865,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 18,  1864,  vice  Becker,  discharged. 

OPPENHEIM,  ARNOLD  LOUIS,  late 
First  Lieutenant,  8th  Infantry;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  this 
regiment,  October  22,  1864;  as  First  Lieu- 


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tenant,  Company  C,  January  n,  1865;  as 
Adjutant,  to  date  February  28,  1865;  dis- 
charged, June  19,  1865 ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  6,  1864,  with 
rank  from  October  18,  1864,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  22,  1864,  with  rank 
from  December  8,  1864,  vice  DePlanque, 
discharged;  Adjutant,  February  18,  1865, 
with  rank  from  February  4,  1865,  vice 
Krickel,  dischargedi 

POKORNY,  ANTHONY,  late  Major,  8th 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colo- 
nel, this*  regiment,  November  2,  1864; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  August  4, 
1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New  York  har- 
bor ;  commissioned  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
February  4,  1865,  with  rank  from  October 
22,  1864,  original 

RADOSAVLEWITS,  UROSCH,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  August  5,  1864;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  October  i,  1864;  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  June  15,  1865 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's 
island,  New  York  harbor;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  October  15,  1864,  with 
rank  from  September  28,  1864,  original ; 
Captain,  May  31,  1865,  with  rank  from 
March  7,  1865,  vice  Leubuscher,  dis- 
charged. 

REUSS,  PETER  JOSEPH,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  S2d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Surgeon,  this  regiment,  September  12, 
1864;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  Au- 
gust 4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New  York 
harbor;  commissioned  Surgeon,  Septem- 
ber 16,  1864,  with  rank  from  August  30, 
1864,  original. 

RIEGEL,  RICHARD,  late  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, 46th  Infantry;  enrolled  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  B,  March  30,  1864; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  May  i,  1864;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  n,  1864;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  January  3,  1865 ;  dis- 
charged, March  2,  1865 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  27,  1864,  with 
rank  from  April  18,  1864,  original;;  First 
Lieutenant,  July  30,  1864,  with  rank  from 
July  16,  1864,  vice  Von  Blome,  resigned; 
Captain,  December  14,  1864,  with  rank 
from  December  3,  1864,  vice  Scheu,  pro- 
moted. 


RODENROTH,  ALBERT,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  at  Jamaica  to  serve  one  year, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  K, 
September  26,  1864;  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
November  15,  1864;  dismissed,  July  3, 
1865 ;  not  commissioned. 

SCHEU,  JACOB,  late  Second  Lieutenant, 
7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  conditional 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  this  regi- 
ment, to  date  February  27,  1864;  as  Cap- 
tain, March  26,  1864;  as  Major,  January 
3,  1865 ;  wounded  in  action,  April  2,  1865, 
at  fall  of  Petersburg,  Va. ;  discharged 
for  disability  from  wounds,  April  n,  1865, 
at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  27,  1864,  with  rank  from 
March  23,  1864,  original;  Major,  Decem- 
ber 14,  1864,  with  rank  from  December  3, 
1864,  vice  Seydel,  dismissed. 

SCHONDORF,  CONRAD,  age  37  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  conditional  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  25,  1864;  no  fur- 
ther record ;  not  commissioned. 

SCHUMACHER,  WILLIAM,  late  Captain, 
8th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  this  regiment,  March  4,  1864; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  April  14,  1864;  as 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  Au- 
gust 30,  1864;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island, 
New  York  harbor;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  27,  1864,  with  rank  from 
April  14,  1864,  original ;  Quartermaster, 
September  16,  1864,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 30,  1864,  original. 

SEYDEL,  GUSTAVUS  A.,  late  Captain, 
29th  Infantry;  enrolled  January  29,  1864, 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Quartermaster,  this  regi- 
ment, March  3,  1864;  as  Major,  Septem- 
ber 15,  1864;  dismissed,  November  25, 
1864 ;  disability  removed,  January  30,  1865 ; 
not  commissioned  Quartermaster ;  commis- 
sioned Major,  September  14,  1864,  with 
rank  from  September  8,  1864,  original. 

SICK,  EMIL,  age  30  years;  enrolled  at 
Jamaica  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  E,  July 
18,  1864;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
F,  September  12,  1864;  killed  in  action, 
October  27,  1864,  at  Fort  Sedgwick,  Va.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Sep- 


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tember  14,  1864,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember i,  1864,  original. 

STERN,  ALEXANDER  S.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  one 
year,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  October  18,  1864;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  March  9,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's 
island,  New  York  harbor;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  2,  1865,  with 
rank  from  February  10,  1865,  vice  Von 
Roder,  promoted. 

STERNBERG,  SIGISMUND,  late  First 
Lieutenant,  I75th  Infantry;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  I,  this  regiment, 
September  23,  1864;  as  Captain,  October 
22,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  Au- 
gust 4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New  York 
harbor;  commissioned  Captain,  Decem- 
ber 16,  1864,  with  rank  from  October  18, 
1864,  original. 

STOTZENBURG,  BENJAMIN,  age  38 
years;  enrolled  at  Boonville  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  64th  Infantry,  September  9,  1864; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  this 
regiment,  March  9,  1865;  wounded  in 
action,  no  date;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds  May  15,  1865,  at  General 
Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  2,  1865, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  Lutz,  pro- 
moted. 

VON  BLOME,  RUDOLPH,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  March  17,  1864,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  March  29,  1864;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  I, 
1864;  resigned,  July  15,  1864,  at  Hart's 
island,  New  York  harbor;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  27,  1864,  with  rank 
from  April  18,  1864,  original. 

VON  KOTTWITZ,  HEINRICH,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  at  Brooklyn  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  July  25,  1864;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  September  28, 
1864;  wounded  in  action,  no  date;  dis- 
charged for  disability  from  wounds,  May 
15,  1865;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, October  15,  1864,  with  rank  from 
September  28,  1864,  original. 

VON  LUTTWITZ,  OSCAR,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  July  23,  1864;  as  First  Lieuten- 


ant, August  9,  1864;  promoted  Captain, 
Company  F,  January  2,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  August  4,  1865,  at 
Hart's  island,  New  York  harbor;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  August  13, 

1864,  with    rank    from    August    5,    1864, 
original;     Captain,     November    30,     1864, 
with  rank   from    November  7,   1864,   vice 
Von  Brandt,  dismissed. 

VON  RODER,  ADELBERT,  age  33  years ; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  September  6,  1864;  promoted 
Corporal  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  January  3,  1865; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  Febru- 
ary 28,  1865;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island,  New 
York  harbor;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  14,  1864,  with  rank 
from  December  3,  1864,  vice  Bartels,  pro- 
moted ;  First  Lieutenant,  February  18, 

1865,  with  rank  from  February  10,   1865, 
vice  Gutterman,  not  mustered. 

VON  SCHACK,  GEORGE  W.,  late  Colo- 
nel, 7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, this  regiment,  July  15, 
1864;  as  Colonel,  November  2,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  August  4,  1865, 
at  Hart's  island,  New  York  harbor;  see 
52d  Infantry;  Brigadier-General,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865,  commissioned  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
July  27,  1864,  with  rank  from  July  14, 
1864,  original;  Colonel,  December  6, 
1864,  with  rank  from  October  22,  1864, 
original. 

VON  STEDINGK,  OSCAR,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  Kingston  to  serve  one  year, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
October  7,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant,  no 
date;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  January  28,  1865;  discharged, 
May  15,  1865;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  20,  1865,  with  rank 
from  December  18,  1864,  vice  Grossman, 
promoted ;  First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered, 
March  30,  1865,  with  rank  from  March 
i,  1865,  vice  H.  Elmeier,  promoted. 

WARE,  HENRY  B.,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  December 
31,  1864,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice 
Bracht,  promoted. 

WIESE,  GUSTAVUS,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 


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1815 


years,  and  mustered  in  as  conditional  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  March  15, 
1864;  as  Captain,  July  15,  1864;  captured 
in  action  and  paroled,  no  date;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  August  4,  1865, 
at  Hart's  island,  New  York  harbor;  not 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  27,  1864,  with 
rank  from  July  14,  1864,  original. 
WILHELM,  CHARLES,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 


pany K,  October  22,  1864;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany A,  February  8,  1865 ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June  21, 
1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  Au- 
gust 4,  1865,  at  Hart's  island  New  York 
harbor;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, January  31,  1865,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 29,  1864,  vice  Gutterman,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  May  31,  1865, 
with  rank  from  March  7,  1865,  vice  Rado- 
savlewits,  promoted. 


EIGHTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

First  German  Rifles;  Blenker's  Rifles. 

This  regiment,  composed  of  Germans,  was  organized  under  State  authority  and  re- 
cruited in  New  York  city,  and  there  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  two 
years,  April  23,  1861.  It  received  its  numerical  designation,  May  13,  1861,  and,  com- 
manded by  Col.  Louis  Blenker,  left  the  State,  May  26,  1861. 

The  regiment  served  at  Washington,  D.  C,  from  May,  1861 ;  in  the  ist  Brigade,  5th 
Division,  Army  Northeastern  Virginia,  from  July,  1861 ;  in  Blenker's  Brigade,  Division 
of  the  Potomac,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Blenker's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from 
October  15,  1861 ;  in  Stahel's  Brigade,  Blenker's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from 
January,  1862;  in  ist  Brigade,  same  division,  Mountain  Department,  from  May,  1862; 
in  ist  Brigade,  ist  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  Virginia,  from  June  26,  1862;  and  in 
the  ist  Brigade,  ist  Division,  nth  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  September,  1862. 
April  22,  1863,  the  three  years'  men  were  formed  in  one  company  —  Independent  Company, 
8th  Infantry  —  and  attached  to  the  headquarters  of  the  nth  Corps  as  Provost  Guard;  they 
remained  on  this  duty  until  April  5,  1864,  when  they  were  transferred  to  the  68th  Infantry. 
April  23,  1863,  the  regiment,  commanded  by  Col.  Felix  Prince  Salm,  was  honorably  dis- 
charged and  mustered  out  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va, 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  64  enlisted  men;  of 
wounds  received  in  action,  29  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes,  i  officer,  39 
enlisted  men;  total,  i  officer,  132  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  133;  of  whom  20  enlisted 
men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy ;  and  took  part  in  the  following  engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Great  Falls   Va  

1861. 
July            7 

21 
1862. 

June           8 

12 

Aug.   1  6- 
Sept.   7 
Aug.         23 

2 

ii 

220 
3 

17 

Bull  Run,  Va  

7 

31 
3 

8 

Cross  Keys,  Va  

S3 

27 

2 

105 

2 

New  Market,  Va  

Gen   Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

1 

Rappahannock  Station  

Waterloo  Bridge  

24-25 
29 
30 
1863. 

) 

Bull  Run  

Gettysburg    Pa  

Additional  losses,  etc  

6 

6 

259 

Total  loss  

64 

29 

2 

107 

2 

55 

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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

LOUIS  BLENKER,  from  April  23  to  Au- 
gust 10,  1861. 

JULIUS  H.  STAHEL,  from  August  11  to 
November  15,  1861. 

FRANCIS  WUTSCHEL,  from  November 
15,  1861,  to  August  23,  1862. 

FELIX  PRINCE  SALM,  from  October 
31,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
JULIUS  H.  STAHEL,  from  April  23  to 

August  n,  1861. 
FRANCIS  WUTSCHEL,  from  August  11 

to  November  15,  1861. 
CARL  B.  HEDTERICH,  from  November 

15,  1861,  to  April  23,  1863. 

Majors. 

ANDREW  LUTZ,  from  April  23  to  Au- 
gust 5,  1861. 

FRANCIS  WUTSCHEL,  from  August  5 
to  August  n,  1861. 

CARL  B.  HEDTERICH,  from  August  11 
to  November  15,  1861. 

ANTHONY  POKORNY,  from  Novem- 
ber 12,  1861,  to  April  23,  1863. 

Adjutants. 

JOHN  TRZECIAK,  from  April  23  to  Au- 
gust i,  1861. 
GUSTAV    A.    PAULI,    from    August    i, 

1861,  to  January,  1862. 
ALBERT    DEPLANQUE,    from    January 

to  March  or  April,  1862. 
CHARLES    WEIHL,    from    March    i    to 

May  or  June,  1862. 
G.  ADOLPH  FINGADO,  from  ,  to 

September   13,   1862. 
ADOLPHUS    WEISS,    from    September 

13,  1862,  to  March  6,  1863. 
EDWARD    HOUTHARDT,   from   March 

6  to  April  23,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 

DR.  CHARLES  ANTHONY  SCHUTTE, 
from  April  23  to  July  5,  1861. 

AUGUSTUS  SCHIMMEL,  from  August 
i  to  October  31,  1861. 

JOSEPH  NEUSTAEDTER,from  Novem- 
ber i,  1861,  to  May  or  June,  1862. 


ARNOLD  LOUIS  OPPENHEIM,  from 
June  18  to  November  or  December, 
1862. 

JOHANN  SPADE,  from  November  i, 
1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

Surgeons. 
RUDOLPH  WELCKER,  from  April  23 

to  December  24,  1861. 
MORITZ  AUGUST  FROEHLICH,  from 

July  n,  1861,  to  April  23,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 

FRANCIS   R.    STAEHLI,  from  April  23 

to  July  i,  1861. 
MORITZ    AUGUST    FROELICH,    from 

April  23  to  July  n,  1861. 
HENRY   THEODORE    LEGLER,    from 

August  3,  1861,  to  August  27,  1862. 
MAX   TISSOTT,   from  August    15,    1862, 

to  April  23,  1863. 
JOHN   L.   KRAUTER,  from  August  27, 

1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

Chaplains. 

FREDERICK  WOLFF,  from  September 
i  to  December  n,  1861. 

CHARLES  BURGELER,  from  Decem- 
ber 12,  1861,  to  October  31,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
HERBERT       HAMMERSTEIN,       from 

April  23  to  September  20,  1861. 
WILHELM   KERNER,   from   September 

14,  1861,  to  February  6,   1862. 
AUGUST  THEUERKAUF,  from  Febru- 
ary 16,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

EDWARD  MATZAUN,  from  April  23  to 
July  24,  1861. 

AUGUST  THEUERKAUF,  from  July  27, 
1861,  to  February  16,  1862. 

CARL  GEIST,  from  February  16  to  No- 
vember 14,  1862. 

THEOBALD  BRUECK,  from  November 
23  to  November  30,  1862. 

ARNOLD  LOUIS  OPPENHEIM,  from 
November  or  December,  1862,  to  Feb- 
ruary 10,  1863. 


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1817 


EDWARD  HOUTHARDT,  from  Febru- 
ary 10  to  March  6,  1863. 

ADOLPHUS  WEISS,  from  March  6  to 
April  4,  1863. 

EMIL  GOUZE,  from  April  4  to  April  23, 
1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

GUSTAV  STRUVE,  from  April  23  to 
July  17,  1861. 

CHARLES  AUGUST  ERNST,  from  July 
25  to  December  23,  1861. 

THEOBALD  BRUECK,  from  December 
23,  1861,  to  July  15,  1862. 

EMIL  GOUZE,  from  August  18  to  De- 
cember 25,  1862. 

FREDERICK  JOSEPH  HUPE,  from 
December  25,  1862,  to  April  5,  1863. 

FERDINAND  MUELLER,  from  April  5 
to  ,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
ANTHONY    POKORNY,   from   April  23 

to  November  12,  1861. 
CHARLES      KUCHENBECKER,     from 

November    12,     1861,    to    November    i, 

1862. 
GUSTAV  A.  PAULI,  from  November  12, 

1862,  to  February  10,  1863. 
THEOBALD    BRUECK,   from    February 

10  to  April  i,  1863. 
EDMUND  SCHUSTER,  from  April  i  to 

April  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  MENGERSON,  from  April 
23  to  August  8,  1861. 

FRIEDRICH  WERTHER,  from  August 
14,  1861,  to  September  13,  1862. 

G.  ADOLPH  FINGADO,  from  Septem- 
ber 13  to  November  23,  1862. 

EDMUND  SCHUSTER,  from  November 
14,  1862,  to  April  i,  1863. 

CHARLES  KRAEMER,  from  April  i  to 
April  23,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM   HENKEL,  from  April  23  to 

July  17,  1861. 
PHILIP  SERINI,  from  July  16  to  August 

2,  1861. 
FRIEDRICH   WERTHER,  from  August 

i  to  August  14,  1861. 


ANTON  LEHNER,  from  September  i, 
1861,  to  August  14,  1862. 

EDMUND  SCHUSTER,  from  May  24  to 
November  14,  1862. 

HERMANN  FOERSTER,  from  Novem- 
ber 23,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 
F.  M.  STUMPF,  from  April  23  to  August 

10,  1861. 

RUDOLPH  W.  SCHULZ,  from  Septem- 
ber i,  1861,  to  December  8,  1862. 
ALFRED   VON  DER  GRAEBEN,  from 
December  24,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ALBERT   HERTZBERG,  from  April  23 

to  July  — ,   1861. 
RUDOLPH   W.  SCHULZ,  from  July  16 

to  September  i,   1861. 
CHARLES    WEIHL,    from    October    14, 

1861,  to  March  i,  1862. 
WILLIAM   MEYER,  from  January  i  to 

, ,   1862. 

COUNT        EDWARD       VALENTINIO 

VALENTINI,    from    March   --   to    May 

24,  1862. 
JOSEPH  NEUSTAEDTER,  from  May  or 

June  to  July  18,   1862. 
IVOR  JACOBSEN,  from  August  18,  1862, 

to . 

EDWARD  HOUTHARDT,  from  October 

14,  1862,  to  February  10,  1863. 
ARNOLD   LOUIS   OPPENHEIM,   from 

February  10  to  April  5,  1863. 
GUSTAVE    SCHIMMEL,    from    April    5 

to  April  23,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  C.   CLAUS,  from  April  23  to 

July  25,   1861. 
CHARLES  L.  BRUECK,  from  July  16  to 

November  i,  1861. 
WILLIAM    MEYER,    from    October    i, 

1861,  to  January  i,  1862. 
EDWARD  HOUTHARDT,  from  -      — , 

to  October  14,  1862. 
ALBERT  SCHORSKE,  from  October  14, 

1862,  to  March  — ,  1863. 
FERDINAND   MUELLER,   from   March 

10  to  April  5,  1863. 


i8i8 


OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
CARL  RUST,   from  April  23  to  July  15, 

1861. 
WILHELM   KERNER,  from  July   16  to 

September  14,  1861. 
GUSTAV  STRUVE,  from  September  14, 

1861,  to  November  23,  1862, 
FREDERICK    WILLIAM    SCHAEFER, 

from  December  8,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILHELM  KERNER,  from  April  23  to 

July  16,  1861. 

GUSTAV  STRUVE,  from  July  17  to  Sep- 
tember 14,  1861. 
MORRIS    BEHREND,    from   ,    to 

January  i,  1862. 
WILLIAM  MEYER,  from  ,  1862,  to 

June  30,  1862. 
G.  ADOLPH  FINGADO,  from  October  28, 

1861,  to  ,   1862. 

CHARLES  WEIHL,  from  May  or  June  to 

July,   1862. 
FRANCIS  KINZEL,  from  August  28  to 

November  30,  1862. 
THEOBALD    BRUECK,    from    November 

30,  1862,  to  February  10,  1863. 
LORENZ  TIVY,  from  February  10  to  April 

23,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
AUGUST  THEUERKAUF,  from  April  23 

to  July  27,  1861. 
ALBERT  DEPLANQUE,  from  July  24  to 

August  14,  1861. 

PHILIP   SERINI,  from  August  2  to   Sep- 
tember i,  1861. 
IVOR    JACOBSEN,    from    September    or 

October,  1861,  to  August  18,  1862. 
THEOBALD    BRUECK,   from   July   15   to 

November  23,  1862. 

JOHANN  SPADE,  November  i,  1862. 
GUSTAVE   SCHIMMEL,    from   November 

23,  1862,  to  April  5,  1863. 
FREDERICK  JOSEPH  HUPE,  from  April 

5  to  April  23,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
SIEGFRIED  VON  FORSTNER,  from  April 

23,   1861,  to  February,   1862. 
GUSTAV    A.    PAULI,    from    January    to 
November  12,  1862. 


G.  ADOLPH  FINGADO,  from  Novem- 
ber 23,  1862,  to  March  10,  1863. 

FERDINAND  THEILKUHL,  from 
March  n  to  April  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  KUCHENBECKER,  from 
April  23  to  November  12,  1861. 

WILLIAM  WOLFF,  from  January  8  to 
November  22,  1862. 

SIGISMUND  DAMROSCH,  from  No- 
vember 21,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
RUDOLPH  W.   SCHULZ,  from  April  23 

to  July  16,  1861. 
WILLIAM   WOLFF,  from  July  25,   1861, 

to  January  8,  1862. 
JACOB     RAFFAUF,     from     December    8, 

1861,  to  October  14,  1862. 
CHARLES  KRAEMER,  from  October  14, 

1862,  to  April  i,  1863. 

ERNST  GEISSLER,  from  April  i  to  April 
23,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
FREDERICK  GELLMAN,  from  April  23 

to  July  15,  1861. 
ALBERT    HERTZBERG,    from   July   — , 

1861,  to  August  5,  1862. 
THEODOR  BEISHEIM,  from  August  14, 

1862,  to  March  31,  1863. 
THEOBALD  BRUECK,  from  April  i  to 

April  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

PETER  COBURGER,  from  April  23  to 
July  15,  1861. 

GUSTAV  A.  PAULI,  from  July  —  to  Au- 
gust i,  1861. 

FERDINAND  THEILKUHL,  from  Au- 
gust 14,  1861,  to  July  18,  1862. 

JOSEPH  NEUSTAEDTER,  from  July  18 
to  October  31,  1862. 

HERMANN  ROSENKRANZ,  from  No- 
vember 23,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HENRY  BAUM,  from  April  23  to  July  15, 

1861. 
FERDINAND  THEILKUHL,  from  July 

1 6  to  August  14,  1861. 
FREDERICK    BANASCH,    from    August 

14  to  December  2,  1861. 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


1819 


WILLIAM  WELKER,  from  December  2, 

1861,  to  July  18,  1862. 

FRANCIS  KINZEL,  from  ,  to  Au- 
gust 28,  1862. 

SIGISMUND  DAMROSCH,  from  July  18 
to  November  21,  1862. 

WILHELM  BRAUMANN,  from  Novem- 
ber 21,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

AUGUSTUS  E.  THUM,  from  April  23  to 
July  25,  1 86 1. 

JOHN  TRZECIACK,  from  August  i,  1861, 
to  September  13,  1862. 

FERDINAND  THEILKUHL,  from  Sep- 
tember 13,  1862,  to  March  n,  1863. 

FRANCIS  KINZEL,  from  March  12  to 
April  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
AUGUSTUS   GEIGER,  from  April  23  to 

July  26,  1861. 
ALBERT     DEPLANQUE,     from    August 

14,     1861,    to    January,     1862,     and     from 

March  or  April  to  May  — ,  1862. 
FREDERICK    WILLIAM    SCHAEFER, 

from  February  26  to  December  8,  1862. 
FRANCIS  KINZEL,  from  November  30, 

1862,  to  March  12,  1863. 

ALBERT  SCHORSKE,  from  March  to 
April  23,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

FREDERICK  BOHSERT,  from  April  23 
to  July  25,  1861. 

CARL  GEIST,  from  July  27,  1861,  to  Feb- 
ruary 16,  1862. 

FRANCIS  KINZEL,  from  September  12, 
1861,  to . 

EDWARD  HOUTHARDT,  from  Febru- 
ary 1 6,  1862,  to . 

ANTON  LEHNER,  from  August  14  to 
September  26,  1862. 

CHARLES  BOLLHORST,  from  Septem- 
ber 26,  1862,  to  March  14,  1863. 

GUSTAVUS  OTTO  HEINKE,  from 
March  4  to  March  10,  1863. 

CHARLES  F.  AUGUST  RUPSTEIN, 
from  March  10  to  April  23,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains : 

MAX  KRON,  from  April  23,  1861,  to  Jan- 
uary 8,  1862. 


SIEGFRIED  VON  FORSTNER,  from 
Februa-y  —  to  July  28,  1862. 

FERDINAND  THEILKUHL,  from  July 
18  to  September  13,  1862. 

FRIEDRICH  WERTHER,  from  Septem- 
ber 13,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
LOUIS  ENGELS,  from  April  23,  1861,  to 

October  14,  1862. 
JACOB   RAFFAUF,  from   October   14  to 

November  23,  1862. 
EMIL  GOUZE,  from  December  25,   1862, 

to  April  4,  1863. 
ADOLPHUS    WEISS,    from    April    4    to 

April  17,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
ARTHUR    BRANDT,    from    April    23    to 

July  25,  1861. 
FREDERICK    WILLIAM    SCHAEFER, 

from  July  24,  1861,  to  February  26,  1862. 
CHARLES  WILATUS,  from  February  26 

to  November  n,  1862. 
ARNOLD    LOUIS    OPPENHEIM,   June 

18,  1862. 
FRANZ    RAEBEL,    from    November    12, 

1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
CARL    B.    HEDTERICH,   from   April   23 

to  August  n,  1861. 
WILLIAM   MENGERSON,  from  August 

8,  1861,  to  July  1 8,  1862. 
CHARLES   WEIHL,    from  July  —    1862, 
to  April  23,  1863, 

First  Lieutenants: 

MORITZ  MOLLER,  from  April  23  to 
July  25,  1861. 

WILLIAM  HENKEL,  from  July  17  to 
August  10,  1861. 

THEODOR  BEISHEIM,  from  ,  to 

August  14,  1862. 

WILLIAM  WELKER,  from  July  18  to 
December  25,  1862. 

EDWARD  ROBINSON,  JR.,  from  De- 
cember ii,  1862,  to  April  23,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
GUSTAV   A.    PAULI,    from    April    23   to 

July  — ,  1861. 
THEODOR    BEISHEIM,    from   July    — , 

1861,  to . 


1820 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


-,   1861,  to 


JOHN   FULLING,   from  - 
August  5,  1862. 

HERMANN  ROSENKRANZ,  from  Au- 
gust 18  to  November  23,  1862. 

ADOLPH  MENGES,  from  November  i, 
1862,  to  March  7,  1863. 

GUSTAVO'S  OTTO  HEINKE,  from  March 
10  to  April  19,  1863. 

OSCAR  WAGNER,  from  April  19  to 
April  23,  1863. 

OF   COMPANY   K 
Captains: 
FRANCIS  WUTSCHEL,  from  April  23  to 

August  5,  1861 
WILLIAM  SCHUMACHER,  from  July  25, 

1861,  to  March  4,  1463. 

IVOR  JACOB  SEN,  from  March  4  to  April 
23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  MEYER,  April  23,  1861. 

WILLIAM  SCHUMACHER,  from  April  23, 
to  July  25,  1861. 

CHARLES  WEIHL,  from  July  25  to  Oc- 
tober 14,  1861. 

CHARLES  L.  BRUECK,  from  November 
I,  1861,  to  October  14,  1862. 

IVOR  JACOBSEN,  from ,  to  March 

4,  1863. 

CHARLES  BOLLHURST,  from  March 
14  to  April  23,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  WEIHL,  from  April  23  to  July 

25,  1861. 
G.  ADOLPH  FINGADO,  from  July  25  to 

October  28,  1861. 
LORENZ  TIVY,  from  August  18,  1862,  to 

February  10,  1863. 
OSCAR  WAGNER,  from  February  10  to 

April  19,  1863. 
GUSTAVUS     OTTO      HEINKE,     from 

April  19  to  April  23,  1863. 

OF  INDEPENDENT  COMPANY. 
Captain: 

HERMANN  FOERSTER,  from  August 
3,  1863,  to  April  2,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
HERMANN  FOERSTER,  from  April  23 

to  August  3,  1863. 
HERMANN  ROSENKRANZ,  from  April 

23  to  May  9,  1863. 


CHARLES  F.  AUGUST  RUPSTEIN, 
from  August  3,  1863,  to  May  17,  1864. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR  AP- 
POINTED BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE  GRADES 

NAMED. 

HARDWICK,  AUGUST,  as  Captain. 

HAAN,  JACOB,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

MEYER  (LOUIS),  ALBERT,  as  First 
Lieutenant. 

WEIHL,  CHARLES,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant (2d). 

AXT,  FRIEDRICH  WILHELM,  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. 

GOUZE,  AUGUST,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

SCHAEFER,  G.,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

AXT,  FRIEDRICH  WILHELM,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  August  20,  1862; 
promoted  Corporal,  November  7,  1862; 
Sergeant,  April  n,  1863;  transferred  to 
independent  company,  April  23,  1863; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date; 
transferred  to  Company  B,  68th  Infan- 
try, April  5,  1864;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  August  26, 
1863,  with  rank  from  August  6,  1863. 
vice  G.  Schaefer,  not  mustered. 

BANASCH,  FREDERICK,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany G,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant-Major,  no  date;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  August  14,  1861;  re- 
signed, December  2,  1861;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

BAUM,  HENRY,  age  40  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  April  23,  1861;  resigned, 
July  15,  1861;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

BEHREND,  MORRIS,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  April  23,  1861;  transferred  to 
Company  D,  as  First  Lieutenant,  no 
date;  appointed  Second  Lieutenant,  4th 
Cavalry,  January  i,  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned. 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


1821 


BEISHEIM,  THEODOR,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  April  23,  1861;  transferred 
to  Company  E  in  June,  1861;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  in  July, 
1861;  First  Lieutenant,  no  date;  Captain, 
Company  F,  August  14,  1862;  discharged 
for  disability,  March  31,  1863;  subse- 
quent service  in  4ist  Infantry;  not  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  March  5,  1862, 
with  rank  from  August  25,  1861,  vice 
M.  Moller,  resigned;  Captain,  November 
7,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  5,  1862, 
vice  Albert  Hertzberg,  resigned. 

BLENKER,  LOUIS,  age  46  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  April 
23,  1861;  discharged,  August  10,  1861,  by 
appointment  as  Brigadier-General,  U.  S. 
Volunteers;  commissioned  Colonel,  June 
20,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861, 
original. 

BOHSERT,  FREDERICK,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  April  23,  1861;  re- 
signed, July  25,  1861;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

BOLLHORST,  CHARLES,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral in  June,  1861;  Sergeant,  July  27, 
1861;  Sergeant-Major,  no  date;  reduced 
to  Sergeant  and  transferred  to  Company 
B  in  May  or  June,  1862;  captured  in 
action,  June  8,  1862,  at  Cross  Keys,  Va.; 
paroled,  September  13,  1862,  at  Aiken's 
Landing,  Va. ;  promoted  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  September  26,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  March  14,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks' 
Station,  Va.;  subsequent  service  in  41  st 
Infantry;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  26,  1862,  vice  A.  Lehner,  dis- 
charged; First  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  4,  1863,  vice  Ivor 
Jacobsen,  promoted. 

BRANDT,  ARTHUR,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 


years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
to  date  April  23,  1861;  resigned,  July  25, 
1861;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  23, 

1861,  original. 

BRAUMANN,  WILHELM,  age  38  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral and  Sergeant,  no  dates;  First  Ser- 
geant, July  18,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  November 
21,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 5,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 22,  1862,  vice  S.  Damrosch,  pro- 
moted. 

BRUECK,  CHARLES  L.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  April  23,  1861;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  July  16, 
1861;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  November  i,  1861;  dis- 
missed, October  14,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  5,  1862,  with 
rank  from  December  23,  1861,  vice 

;  First  Lieutenant,  March  5,  1862, 

with  rank  from  August  10,  1861,  vice 
Schumacher,  promoted. 

BRUECK,  THEOBALD,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral and  Sergeant,  no  dates;  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  December  23, 
1861;  wounded  and  captured  in  action, 
June  8,  1862,  at  Cross  Keys,  Va.,  and, 
while  prisoner  of  war,  transferred  to 
Company  D,  July  15,  1862;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  Novem- 
ber 23,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  D, 
November  30,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  February  10,  1863;  pa- 
roled at  City  Point,  Va.,  March  7,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  F,  April  i,  1863; 
mustered  out,  April  23,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  5, 

1862,  with  rank  from  December  23,  1861, 
vice  W.   Wolff,  promoted;   First  Lieuten- 
ant,   February    17,    1863,    with    rank    from 
November     23,     1862,     vice     Raffauf,     re- 


1822 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


signed;  Captain,  February  26,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  10,  1863,  vice  Pauli, 
resigned. 

BURGELER,  CHARLES,  age  41  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Quar- 
termaster-Sergeant, June  30,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  Chaplain,  December  12,  1861; 
discharged  for  disability,  October  31, 
1862;  not  commissioned. 

CLAUS,  CHARLES  C.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  April  23,  1861;  re- 
signed, July  25,  1861;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  iO3d  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

COBURGER,  PETER,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  April  23,  1861;  re- 
signed, July  15,  1861;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

DAMROSCH,  SIGISMUND,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major  in  May,  1862; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  July  18 
1862;  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  No- 
vember 21,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Sta- 
tion, Va.;  subsequent  service  in  I5th  Ar- 
tillery; commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  18,  1862,  vice  Welker,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  5,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  22,  1862,  vice 
W.  Wolff,  resigned. 

DEPLANQUE,  ALBERT,  age  40  years; 

enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  H,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D, 
July  24,  1861;  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  August  14,1861;  appointed  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant  in  January, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  G  in 
March  or  April,  1862;  4th  Cavalry  in  May, 
1862;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and 


Adjutant,  March  5,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  8,  1862,  vice  Pauli,  promoted. 

ENGELS,  LOUIS,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  April  23,  1861;  dismissed, 
October  14,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

ERNST,  CHARLES  AUGUST,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  prior  to  June  30,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany A,  July  25,  1861;  discharged,  De- 
cember 23,  1861;  not  commissioned. 

FINGADO,  G.  ADOLPH,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal. 
Company  A,  April  23,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  July  25,  1861;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  October  28,  1861; 
appointed  Adjutant,  no  date;  transferred 
to  Company  B,  September  13,  1862;  pro- 
moted Captain,  Company  E,  November 
23,  1862;  discharged,  March  10,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  March  5, 

1862,  with  rank  from  December  i,  1861, 
vice    Banasch,    resigned;    Captain,    Feb- 
ruary 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 23,  1862,  vice  Struve,  resigned. 

FOERSTER,  HERMANN,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral and  Sergeant,  no  dates;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
November  23,  1862;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  independent  company,  April 
23,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  August 
3,  1863;  resigned,  April  2,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  17, 

1863,  with  rank  from  November  23,  1862, 
vice   T.    Brueck,   promoted;    First   Lieu- 
tenant,  July   23,    1863,   with   rank   from 
May  9,  1863,  vice  Rosenkranz,  resigned; 
not  commissioned   Captain. 

FROEHLICH,  MORITZ  AUGUST,  age 
30  years;  enrolled  to  serve  two  years, 
and  appointed  Assistant  Surgeon,  April 
23,  1861;  promoted  Surgeon,  July  u, 


1823 


1861;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  April 
23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station-,  Va.;  subse- 
quent service  in  8th  Infantry,  reorgan- 
izing; not  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon; commissioned  Surgeon,  Novem- 
ber I,  1861,  with  rank  from  July  II, 
1861,  vice  Rudolph  Welcker,  resigned. 

FULLING,  JOHN,  age  —  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F, 
April  23,  1861;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
July  27,  1861;  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  no  date;  resigned,  August  5, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  5,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
10,  1861,  vice  Charles  Brueck,  promoted. 

GEIGER,  AUGUSTUS,  age  39  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  April  23,  1861;  re- 
signed, July  26,  1861;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  vice  Bohsert,  re- 
signed. 

GEISSLER,  ERNST,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  C,  April  23,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  transferred  to 
Company  F  in  November  or  December, 
1861;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  April  i,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks' 
Station,  Va.;  not  commissioned. 

GEIST,  CARL,  age  30  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company  I, 
April  23,  1861;  transferred  to  Company 
F  in  July,  1861;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  F,  no  date;  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  July  27,  1861; 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  February 
16,  1862;  discharged,  November  14,  1862; 
not  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  March 
5,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  26,  1861, 
vice  A.  Geiger,  resigned. 

GELLMAN,  FREDERICK,  age  44  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  April  23,  1861;  resigned,  July  15, 
1861;  subsequent  service  in  58th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  3, '1861,  original. 


GOUZE,  AUGUST,  age  46  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  April  23,  1861;  did  not  ren- 
der any  service  in  this  capacity;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

GOUZE,  EMIL,  age  28  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  K, 
April  23,  1861;  promoted  Corporal,  Au- 
gust 9,  1861;  transferred  to  Company  G, 
November  9,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant, 
no  date;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
August  18,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  December  25, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  A,  April  4, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  April 
23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December 
5,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  18,  1862, 
vice  Geist,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 25,  1862,  vice  Welker,  resigned. 

HAAN,  JACOB,  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

HAMMERSTEIN,  HERBERT,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  April  23,  1861;  discharged, 
September  20,  1861,  to  accept  commission 
as  Major  and  additional  Aide-de-Camp, 
U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original. 

HARDWICK,  AUGUST,  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

HEDTERICH,  CARL  B.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Major, 
August  n,  1861;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  No- 
vember 15,  1861;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station, 
Va. ;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original; 
Major,  August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  5,  1861,  vice  Lutz,  resigned; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  December  2,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  12,  1861,  vice 
Wutschell,  promoted. 


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HEINKE,  GUSTAVUS  OTTO,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  April  23,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  Sergeant-Major,  Oc- 
tober 14,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  March  4,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  March  10, 
1863;  to  Company  K,  April  19,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  April  23,  1863, 
at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  March  4,  1863,  vice  Bollhorst, 
promoted. 

HENKEL,  WILLIAM,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  July 
17,  1861;  resigned,  August  10,  1861 ;  sub- 
sequent service  in  93d  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original;  not 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant. 

HERTZBERG,  ALBERT,  age  37  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted Captain,  Company  F,  in  July, 
1861;  resigned,  August  5,  1862;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original;  not 
commissioned  Captain. 

HOUTHARDT,  EDWARD,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, no  date;  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 16,  1862;  transferred  to  Company 
C,  no  date;  promoted  First  Lieutenant, 
October  14,  1862;  transferred  to  Company 
A,  February  10,  1863;  appointed  Adju- 
tant, March  6,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
regim«ent,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, March  5,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  5,  1862,  vice  Weihl,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  14,  1862,  vice  Charles 
L.  Brueck,  dismissed. 

HUPE,  FREDERICK  JOSEPH,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  April  23,  1861;  promoted 
Corporal  in  June,  1861;  Sergeant,  Sep- 


tember 19,  1862;  First  Sergeant,  no  date; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany A,  December  25,  1862;  transferred 
to  Company  D,  April  5,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  April  23,  1863,  at 
Brooks'  Station,  Va. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  December  25,  1862,  vice  E. 
Gouze,  promoted. 

JACOBSEN,  IVOR,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  B, 
April  23,  1861;  promoted  Corporal,  prior 
to  June  30,  1861;  Sergeant,  August  I, 
1861;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  in 
September  or  October,  1861;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  August  18,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  K,  subsequent  to 
December  31,  1862;  promoted  Captain, 
March  4,  1863;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station, 
Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  5,  1862,  with  rank  from  December 
I,  1861,  vice  Fingado,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  5,  1862,  vice  F.  Beisheim, 
promoted;  Captain,  March  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  March  4,  1863,  vice  W.  Schu- 
macher, resigned. 

KERNER,  WILHELM,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D.  April  23,  1861 ;  promoted 
Captain,  July  16,  1861;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  September  14,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, February  6,  1862;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  54th  Infantry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original;  not  commissioned 
Captain. 

KINZEL,  FRANCIS,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, no  date;  Sergeant,  August  10,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  September  12,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  F,  no  date;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  August  28,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  November  30, 
1862;  promoted  Captain,  March  12,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  April  23, 
1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  5,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  22,  1861,  vice 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


1825 


R.  W.  Schulz,  promoted;  not  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant  nor  Captain. 

KRAEMER,  CHARLES,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany C,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, Company  F,  in  July  or  August, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  October  14,  1862;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  April  I, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  April 
23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
7,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  14,  1862, 
vice  Houthardt,  promoted;  not  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant. 

KRAUTER,  JOHN  L.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled and  appointed  Assistant  Surgeon, 
August  27,  1862;  mustered  in  as  such, 
September  23,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, October  4,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  23,  1862,  vice  Legler,  dis- 
missed. 

KRON,  MAX,  age  34  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  H, 
April  23,  1861;  resigned,  January  8,  1862; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

KUCHENBECKER,  CHARLES,  age  34 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  April  23,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  Company  B,  Novem- 
ber 12,  1861 ;  discharged  for  disability, 
November  i,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
54th  Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
3,  1861,  original;  Captain,  February  n, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  12,  1861, 
vice  A.  Pokorny,  promoted. 

LEGLER,  HENRY  THEODORE,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  and  appointed  Assistant 
Surgeon,  August  3,  1861;  dismissed,  Au- 
gust 27,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  U.  S. 
Volunteers;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, November  i,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  3,  1861,  original. 

LEHNER,  ANTON,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  August  10,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 


Lieutenant,  September  i,  1861;  wounded 
and  captured  in  action,  June  8,  1862,  at 
Cross  Keys,  Va. ;  transferred  to  Company 
G,  August  14,  1862;  exchanged,  Septem- 
ber 21,  1862;  resigned,  September  26, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  5,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
10,  1861,  vice  William  Henkel,  promoted. 

LUTZ,  ANDREW,  age  40  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Major,  April  23,  1861; 
resigned,  August  5,  1861;  see  58th  Infan- 
try; commissioned  Major,  June  20,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

MATZAUN,  EDWARD,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  April  23,  1861 ;  resigned, 
July  24,  1861 ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 

3,  1861,  original. 

MENGERSON,  WILLIAM,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted Captain,  Company  I,  August  8, 
1861;  died,  July  18,  1862,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July 

4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  orig- 
inal;  Captain,   March  5,    1862,   with  rank 
from   August   5,    1861,   vice    C.    B.    Hed- 
terich,  promoted. 

MENGES,  ADOLPH,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral and  Sergeant,  no  dates;  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  November  I, 
1862;  resigned,  March  7,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  26, 
1863,  with  rank  from  November  I,  1862, 
vice  Spade,  promoted. 

MEYER  (LOUIS),  ALBERT,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  in 
January  or  February,  1862;  did  not  per- 
form duty  as  First  Lieutenant;  promoted 
Corporal,  November  14,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  not  commissioned. 

MEYER,  WILLIAM,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 


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ant,  Company  K,  April  23,  1861;  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  C,  October  I, 
1861;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  January 
i,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  D,  no 
date;  resigned,  June  30,  1862;  not  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  February  n, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  7,  1861, 
vice  Kuchenbecker,  promoted. 

MOLLER,  MORITZ,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  April  23,  1861;  resigned, 
July  25,  1861;  subsequent  service  in  iO3d 
Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original. 

MUELLER,  FERDINAND,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany B,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, prior  to  June  30,  1861;  First 
Sergeant,  May  I,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, June  8,  1862,  at  Cross  Keys,  Va.; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
C,  March  10,  1863;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany A,  April  5,  1863;  mustered  out  as 
Sergeant  with  Company  B,  May  20, 

1863,  at    New    York    city;    not   commis- 
sioned. 

NEUSTAEDTER,  JOSEPH,  age  46  years; 
enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Quartermaster,  November  I, 
1861;  captured,  March  29,  1862,  at  War- 
renton,  Va.;  transferred  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant to  Company  C,  in  May  or  June,  1862; 
to  Company  F,  July  18,  1862;  paroled, 
August  17,  1862,  at  Aiken's  Landing,  Va.; 
resigned,  October  31,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  Jan- 
uary 10,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  27, 
1861,  vice  Charles  Schutte,  missing. 

OPPENHEIM,  ARNOLD  LOUIS,  age 
28  years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  H,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  May  21,  1861;  Sergeant, 
January  10,  1862;  Second  Lieutenant, 
June  18,  1862;  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  same  date;  transferred  as 
First  Lieutenant  to  Company  A  in  No- 
vember or  December,  1862;  to  Company 
C,  February  10,  1863;  no  record  since 
April  5,  1863;  subsequent  service  in  7th 


Veteran  Infantry;  not  commissioned 
Second  and  First  Lieutenant,  nor  Quar- 
termaster. 

PAULI,  GUSTAV  A.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  .F, 
July  — ,  1861;  appointed  Adjutant,  Au- 
gust I,  1861;  promoted  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  January,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, June  8,  1862;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany B,  November  12,  1862;  resigned, 
February  10,  1863;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  March  5,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  25,  1861,  vice  irzeciak,  pro- 
moted; Captain,  March  5,  1862,  with  rank 
from  January  8,  1862,  vice  Kron,  re- 
signed. 

POKORNY,  ANTHONY,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  B,  April  23,  1861;  as  Major, 
November  12,  1861;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Sta- 
tion, Va.;  see  58th  Infantry;  subsequent 
service  in  7th  Veteran  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original;  Major, 
December  2,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 12,  1861,  vice  Hedterich,  pro- 
moted. 

RAEBEL,  FRANZ,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years: 
and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company 
I,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  no 
date;  First  Sergeant,  July  2,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,  November  12,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  April  23,  1863,  at 
Brooks'  Station,  Va. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  5,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  II,  1862,  vice 
Wilatus,  resigned. 

RAFFAUF,  JACOB,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  H,  April  23,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  June  8,  1861;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  E,  December  8,  1861; 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October 
14,  1862;  resigned,  November  23,  1862: 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 


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5,    1862,   with   rank  from   December  23. 

1861,  vice      Charles      Ernst,      resigned; 
First     Lieutenant,     November    7,     1862, 
with  rank  from  September  13,  1862,  vice 
F.  Werther,  promoted. 

ROBINSON,  JR.,  EDWARD,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  December  4,  1862,  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
I,  December  n,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Sta- 
tion, Va.;  see  U.  S.  Volunteers;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  I, 

1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  Geist, 
discharged. 

ROSENKRANZ,  HERMANN,  age  32 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  April  23,  1861; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  I,  August  18, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  November  23,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  independent  company,  April  23, 
1863;  resigned,  May  9,  1863;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 5,  1862,  vice  Jacobsen,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  February  17, 1863,  with 
rank  from  November  23,  1862,  vice  Fin- 
gado,  promoted. 

RUPSTEIN,  CHARLES  F.  AUGUST, 
age  24  years;  enrolled  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  A,  July  31,  1862; 
promoted  Corporal,  November  25,  1862; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  March 
10,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.; 
enrolled  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, independent  company,  August  3, 
1863;  mustered  out,  May  17,  1864,  at 
Nashville,  Tenn.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  March  10,  1863,  vice  A.  Menges, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  July  23,  1863, 
with  rank  from  May  9,  1863,  vice  H. 
Foerster,  promoted. 

RUST,  CARL,  age  32  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  D, 
April  23,  1861;  resigned,  July  15,  1861; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 


SALM,  FELIX  PRINCE,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  October  27,  1862,  at  Albany  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Col- 
onel, October  31,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks' 
Station,  Va.;  subsequent  service  in  8th 
Infantry,  reorganizing;  commissioned 
Colonel,  October  22,  1862,  with  raoik  of 
same  date,  vice  Francis  Wutschell,  dis- 
missed. 

SCHAEFER,  FREDERICK  WILLIAM, 
age  —  years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Corporal,  Company  C,  April  23,  1861; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  Company  F,  no 
date;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
July  24,  1861;  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  February  26,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  D,  December  8, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  April 
23.  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  5, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  25,  1861,  vice 
Claus,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  18, 

1862,  vice    Weihl,    promoted;    Captain, 
February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 8,  1862,  vice  Schulz,  resigned. 

SCHAEFER,  G.,  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, Second  Lieutenant,  July  23,  1863, 
with  rank  from  May  9,  1863,  vice  C.  F.  A. 
Rupstein,  promoted. 

SCHIMMEL,  AUGUSTUS,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  Arlington,  Va.,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Quartermaster,  August  I,  1861; 
discharged,  to  date  October  31,  1861,  by 
promotion  to  Captain  and  Assistant 
Quartermaster,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  not 
commissioned. 

SCHIMMEL,  GUSTAVE,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  September  19,  1862,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  E, 
September  20,  1862;  promoted  Corporal 
and  transferred  to  Company  I,  no  dates; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  November  23,  1862;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  April  5, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  April 
23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.;  subse- 
quent service  in  I5th  Artillery;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  17, 

1863,  with  rank  from  November  23,  1862, 
vice   Rosenkranz,   promoted;  First  Lieu- 


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tenant,  February  17,  1863,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  F.  W.  Schaefer,  pro- 
moted. 

SCHORSKE,  ALBERT,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  April  23,  1861;  transferred  to 
Company  I  in  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal, 
no  date;  Sergeant-Major,  July  18,  1862; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  October 
14,  1862;  promoted  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  in  March,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  April  23,  1863,  at 
Brooks'  Station,  Va.;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  13,  1862,  vice 
Raffauf,  promoted;  not  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant. 

SCHULZ,  RUDOLPH  W.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  C 
July  16,  1861;  Captain,  September  I, 
1861;  discharged,  December  8,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  March  5, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  7,  1861, 
vice  Serini,  transferred  to  2d  Battery; 
Captain,  March  5,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  i,  1861,  vice  Stumpf,  re- 
signed. 

SCHUMACHER,  WILLIAM,  age  27 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  April  23, 
1861;  promoted  Captain,  July  25,  1861; 
resigned,  March  4,  1863;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  7th  Veteran  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  vice  Haan, 
resigned;  Captain,  March  5,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  10,  1861,  vice  Wut- 
schell,  promoted. 

SCHUSTER,  EDMUND,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant and  First  Sergeant,  no  dates;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  24, 
1862;  First  Lieutenant,  November  14,  1862; 
Captain,  April  i,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
company,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 


ant, December  5,  1862,  with  rank  from 
July  18,  1862,  vice  F.  W.  Schaefer,  pro- 
moted ;  not  commissioned  F^rst  Lieuten- 
ant nor  Captain. 

SCHUTTE,  DR.  CHARLES  ANTHONY, 
age  42  years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Quartermaster,  April  23,  1861;  detailed 
Quartermaster  of  General  Blenker's 
Brigade,  July  5,  1861;  no  further  record; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

SERINI,  PHILIP,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  B,  July  16, 
1861;  transferred  to  Company  D,  August 
2,  1861;  to  2d  Battery,  September 
i,  1861;  not  commissioned. 

SPADE,  JOHANN,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company 
D,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant, 
no  date;  Second  Lieutenant,  November 
I,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  to  date  November  I, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  April 
23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.;  not 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant  and  Quar- 
termaster, December  26,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  31,  1862,  vice  Neustaedter, 
resigned. 

STAEHLI,  FRANCIS  R.,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, April  23,  1861;  discharged,  July  I, 
1861;  see  7th  Infantry;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

STAHEL,  JULIUS  H.,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  April  23,  1861;  as  Colonel,  Au- 
gust li,  1861;  discharged,  November  15, 
1861,  by  appointment  as  Brigadier-Gen- 
eral, U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original;  Colo- 
nel, August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 10,  1861,  vice  Blenker,  promoted. 

STRUVE,  GUSTAV,  age  54  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 


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tenant,  Company  A,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  D, 
July  17,  1861;  Captain,  September  14, 
1861;  resigned,  November  23,  1862;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  orig- 
inal; not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant 
nor  Captain. 

STUMPF,  F.  M.,  age  37  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  C, 
April  23,  1861;  resigned,  August  10,  1861; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

THEILKUHL,  FERDINAND,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Commis- 
sary-Sergeant April  23,  1861;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  July  16, 
1861;  First  Lieutenant,  August  14,  1861; 
Captain,  Company  H,  July  18,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  September  13, 
1862;  to  Company  E,  March  u,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  April  23, 
1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  5,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  25,  1861,  vice  Boh- 
sert,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  March 
5,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  10, 
1861,  vice  Schulz,  promoted;  Captain,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
18,  1862,  vice  Von  Forstner,  resigned. 

THEUERKAUF,  AUGUST,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
July  27,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  to 
date  February  16,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks' 
Station,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
3,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  March 
5,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  IO, 

1861,  vice  ;   Captain,   December  5, 

1862,  with  rank  from  January  8,  1862,  vice 
Hammerstein,  promoted. 

THUM,  AUGUSTUS  E.,  age  45  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  April  23,  1861;  resigned,  July  25, 
1861;  see  52d  Infantry;  subsequent  service 
in  68th  Infantry;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original. 


TISSOTT,  MAX,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
at  Hope  Landing,  Va.,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, August  15,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Sta- 
tion, Va. ;  subsequent  service  in  iO3d  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
August  18,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
15,  1862,  original. 

TIVY,  LORENZ,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H, 
April  23,  1861;  promoted  Corporal,  no 
date;  Sergeant,  July  16,  1861;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
August  18,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  to  date  February  10,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  April  23, 
1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  November  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  5,  1862,  vice 
Fulling,  resigned;  First  .Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 26,  1863,  with  rank  from  February 
10,  1863,  vice  T.  Brueck,  promoted. 

TRZECIAK,  JOHN,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Adjutant,  April  23.  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Captain,  Company  G,  August  i, 
1861;  resigned,  September  13,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  March  5,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  25,  1861,  vice  A.  E.  Thum, 
resigned. 

VALENTINI,  COUNT  EDWARD  VAL- 
ENTINIO,  age  34  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  two  years,  and 
appointed  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
in  March,  1862;  discharged,  May  24,  1862, 
for  promotion  to  Captain  and  additional 
Aide-de-Camp,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  March  4, 

1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  Men- 
gerson,  promoted. 

VON  DER  GRAEBEN,  ALFRED,  age 
33  years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  December  24,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  April  23, 

1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va. ;  subsequent 
service  in  8th  Infantry,  reorganizing,  and 
68th  Infantry:  commissioned  Captain,  De- 
cember 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber i,  1862,  vice  Kuchenbecker,  resigned. 


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VON  FORSTNER,  SIEGFRIED,  age  34 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  E,  April  23,  1861;  transferred 
to  Company  H,  in  February,  1862;  re- 
signed, July  28,  1862;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1 86 1,  with  rank  from  May  3, 
1861,  original. 

WAGNER,  OSCAR,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company  I, 
April  23,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  no 
date;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  to  date  February  10,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  April  19,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  April  23, 
1863,  at  Brooks'  Station,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  26, 
1863,  with  rank  from  February  10,  1863, 
vice  Tivy,  promoted. 

WEIHL,  CHARLES,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  April  23,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  July  25,  1861; 
transferred  to  Company  C,  October-  14, 
1861;  appointed  Adjutant,  March  i,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  D  in  May  or 
June,  1862;  promoted  Captain,  Company 
I,  in  July,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station, 
Va. ;  subsequent  service  in  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers; commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original;  recommissioned,  not  mustered. 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  5,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  25,  1861,  vice  Brandt,  re- 
signed ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
March  5,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  5, 

1861,  vice  Mengerson,  promoted;  Captain, 
November  7,  1862,  with   rank  from  July 
18,  vice   Mengerson,  deceased. 

WEISS,  ADOLPHUS,  late  Captain,  4ist 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  this  regiment,  September  9,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  Sep- 
tember 13,  1862;  transferred  to  Company 
A,  March  6,  1863;  to  Company  H,  April 
4,  1863;  discharged,  April  17,  1863;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  December  5, 

1862,  with  rank   from   October   14,   1862, 
vice  Engels,  dismissed. 

WELCKER,  RUDOLPH,  age  40  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  April 


23,  1861 ;  resigned,  December  24,  1861 ; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  24,  1861,  original. 

WELKER,  WILLIAM,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral and  Sergeant,  no  dates;  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  December  2, 
1861 ;  First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  July 
18,  1862;  discharged,  December  25,  1862, 
at  Stafford  Court  House,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  5,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  25,  1861,  vice  Pauli, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  November  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  18,  1862, 
vice  F.  Theilkuhl,  promoted. 

WERTHER,  FRIEDRICH,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany B,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date;  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  i,  1861 ;  First  Lieutenant,  August 
14,  1861;  Captain,  Company  H,  Septem- 
ber 13,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, April  23,  1863,  at  Brooks'  Station, 
Va. ;  not  commissioned  Second  nor  First 
Lieutenant;  commissioned  Captain,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 13,  1862,  vice  Trzeciak,  discharged. 

WILATUS,  CHARLES,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  April  23,  1861;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  Febru- 
ary 26,  1862;  captured  in  action,  June  8, 
1862,  at  Cross  Keys,  Va. ;  exchanged, 
September  21,  1862;  discharged,  Novem- 
ber u,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, March  5,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  15,  1862,  vice  Theilkuhl,  pro- 
moted. 

WOLFF,  FREDERICK,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  two  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  Chaplain,  September  I,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, December  II,  1861;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

WOLFF,  WILLIAM,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany E,  April  23,  1861;  promoted  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  25,  1861;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  8,  1862;  resigned, 
November  22,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
I78th  Infantry;  not  commissioned  Second 


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1831 


Lieutenant;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, March  5,  1862,  with  rank  from  July 
24,  1861,  vice  Matzaun,  resigned. 
WUTSCHEL,  FRANCIS,  age  38  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  April  23,  1861 ;  as  Major,  Au- 
gust 5,  1861;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Au- 
gust n,  1861;  as  Colonel,  November  15, 


1861;  dismissed,  August  23,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  original;  not  commis- 
sioned Major;  commissioned  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  10,  1861,  vice  Stahel,  promoted; 
Colonel,  December  2,  1861  with  rank  from 
November  12,  1861,  vice  Stahel,  promoted. 


EIGHTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Reorganizing. 

Colonel  Felix  Prince  Salm  received  authority,  May  n,  1863,  to  reorganize  the  8th 
Regiment,  of  infantry,  mustered  out  by  reason  of  expiration  of  service,  for  a  term  of 
service  of  three  years.  This  authority  was  revoked,  October  14,  1863,  and  the  men 
enlisted  were  assigned  to  the  I78th  Infantry. 

The  following  were  appointed  by  the  Governor  to  assist  in  the  reorganization : 


Colonel. 

FELIX  PRINCE  SALM,  May  11,  1863; 
out,  October  14,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonel. 

OTTO  CORVIN,  May  11,  1863;  out,  Oc- 
tober 14,  1863. 

Major. 

ALFRED  VON  DER  GRAEBEN,  late 
Captain,  8th  Infantry;  May  II,  1863; 
out,  October  14,  1863. 

Adjutants. 

LOUIS  BRAY,  May  n,  1863;  declined. 
OTTO    SIBETH,   late   Captain,  4ist  Infan- 
try; June  6,  1863;  out,  October  14,   1863. 


Quartermasters. 

JOHN  KAUS,  June  8,  1863;  revoked,  Au- 
gust 27,  1863. 

PATRICK  J.  McNAMARA,  August  27, 
1863;  out,  October  14,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

MORITZ  AUGUST  FROEHLICH,  late 
Surgeon,  8th  Infantry  (ist);  May  12,  1863; 
out,  October  14,  1863;  subsequent  service 
in  52d  Infantry. 

None     of    these     officers     were     commis- 
sioned. 


NINTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Hawkins*  Zouaves;  New  York  Zouaves;  Little  Zouaves;  Zoo-Zoos. 

This  regiment,  Col.  Rush  C.  Hawkins,  was  organized  in  New  York  city,  and  there 
mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  two  years,  May  4,  iS6i ;  it  was  accepted 
by  the  State,  and  received  its  numerical  designation,  May  13,  1861.  One  company  was 
formed  of  members  of  the  l8th  Regiment,  State  Militia,  and  Company  K  was  equipped 
as  an  artillery  company,  and  served  as  such  until  November  10,  1862. 

The  regiment  was  recruited  principally  in  New  York  city;  but  some  of  its  members 
were  enrolled  at  Albany,  Brooklyn,  Hyde  Park,  Green  Point,  Mamaroneck,  Mt.  Vernon, 
Newburgh,  Staten  Island,  Sing  Sing  and  Williamsburgh ;  in  Connecticut,  New  Jersey  and 
Canada. 


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It  left  the  State,  June  6,  1861 ;  served  at  Newport  News,  Va.,  from  June  8,  1861 ; 
Companies  C,  G  and  H  at  Hatteras,  N.  C,  from  August  27,  1861 ;  the  regiment  from 
September  10,  1861 ;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  Burnside's  Expeditionary  force,  from  January, 
1862;  at  Roanoke,  N.  C,  from  February  3,  1862;  in  4th  Brigade,  Hawkins'  Coast  Division 
(3d),  pth  Corps,  from  March,  1862;  in  the  1st  Brigade,  3d  Division,  9th  Corps,  from  July, 
1862.  May  6,  1863  the  three  years'  men  of  the  regiment,  which  latter  had  left  for  New 
York  city,  May  3,  1863,  were  assigned  to  the  3d  Infantry,  and  May  20,  1863,  the  regiment, 
under  Colonel  Hawkins,  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  at  New  York  city. 

In  April  or  May,  1863,  the  War  Department  authorized  Capt.  R.  H.  Morris  of  this 
regiment  to  organize  a  battery  of  members  of  his  regiment,  whose  term  of  service  had  not 
expired.  It  was  to  consist  of  no  men,  but  failed  to  complete  its  existence;  44  of  the  men 
assigned  to  the  proposed  battery  deserted,  the  remainder  were  assigned  to  the  3d  Infantry. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  2  officers,  53  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  16  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes,  2 
officers,  27  enlisted  men;  total,  4  officers,  96  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  100;  and  it,  or 
portions  of  it,  took  part  in  the  following  engagements,  etc.: 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

•a 

SG 

m  0 

^e 
w 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Baker  Lee's,  Va  

1861. 
Tune         20 

James  River,  near  Newport  News,  Va  
Near  Bethel,  Va  

July            5 
8 
Aug.  28-29 

6 

6 

Forts  Clark  and  Hatteras,  N.  C  

U.  S.  Transport  Fanny,  N.  C  

Oct.             i 

12 

la 
i? 

Roanoke  Island,  N.  C  

1862. 
Feb.            8 
19-20 

20 

April           8 
19 
May            9 
July            9 
Aug.          1  5 

Winton,  N   C  

Cape  Hatteras  Inlet,  N.  C  

i 

Elizabeth  City,  N.  C  

South  Mills,  Camden,  N.  C  

i 

7 

3 

7 

51 

6 

75 

Chowan  River,  N.  C  

Hamilton,  N.  C  

Rappahannock  River,  Va  

Plymouth,  N.  C  

30 
Sept.         13 

i 

Jefferson  City,  Md  

South  Mountain,  Md  

14 

17 
18 

Nov.           6 
IS 
Dec.    11—15 

Antietam,  Md  

i 

44 

1  1 

8 

155 

14 

233 

2 

Antietam,  Md  

Bolivar  Heights,  W.  Va  

Near  Orleans,  Va  

Warrenton,  Va  

Fredericksburg,  Va  

g 

6 

IS 

I 
3 

Siege  of  Suffolk,  Va  

1863. 
April  19- 
May  4 

Loss  at  minor  affairs  

3 

Total  loss  

16 

47 

366 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonel. 

RUSH  C.  HAWKINS,  from  May  4,  1861, 
to  May  20,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
GEORGE  F.  BETTS,  from  May  4,   1861, 

to  February  14,  1862. 
EDGAR   A.    KIMBALL,    from    February 

14,  1862,  to  April  12,  1863. 


Majors. 
EDGAR    A.     KIMBALL,    from    May    4, 

1861,  to  February  14,  1862. 
EDWARD  JARDINE,  from  February  14, 

1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Adjutants. 

JAMES  S.  W.  EVANS,  from  May  4,  1861, 
to  February  23,  1862. 


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1833 


WILLIAM  H.  ENNIS,  acting,  from  De- 
cember, 1861,  to  January,  1862. 

CHARLES  CHILD,  acting,  from  January 
ii  to  February  2,  and  from  February  22 
to  March  22,  1862. 

CHARLES  A.  GADSDEN,  from  March 
22  to  April  19,  1862. 

GEORGE  A.  C.  BARNETT,  from  June 
18  to  September  24,  1862. 

THOMAS  L.  BARTHOLOMEW,  from 
September  25,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 
HENRY  H.  ELLIOTT,  JR.,  from  May  4, 

1861,  to  August  10,  1862. 

JOHN    SANDERS    HARRISON,    acting, 

from  February  3  to  September  20,  1862. 

OTTO   W.   PARISEN,   from    October  4, 

1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

GEORGE  H.  HUMPHREYS,  from  May 
4,  1861,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
JOHN  P.  P.  WHITE,  from  May  16,  1861, 

to  May  13,  1862. 
EPHRAIM    W.    BUCK,    from    June    10, 

7862,  to  May  4,  1863. 
WILLIAM   L.   HARDING,  from  August 

20,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Chaplain. 

THOMAS  W.  CONWAY,  from  May  21, 
1861,  to  September  4,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captain: 

ANDREW  S.  GRAHAM,  from  May  4, 
1861,  to  May  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  CHILD,  from  May  4,  1861,  to 

April  1 8,  1862. 
ALMER    PRESTON    WEBSTER,    from 

April  18  to  September  3,  1862. 
JAMES  B.  HORNER,  from  March  17  to 

May  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

VICTOR  KLINGSOEHR,  from  May  4  to 
December  24,  1861. 

GEORGE  WASHINGTON  DEBE- 
VOISE,  from  December  26,  1861,  to  Au- 
gust 23,  1862. 


MATTHEW  JOHN  GRAHAM,  from  No- 
vember 23,  1862,  to  January  29,  1863. 

RICHARD  H.  JACKSON,  from  March 
26  to  May  20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captain: 

WILLIAM  G.  BARNETT,  from  May  4, 
1861,  to  May  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  A.  C.  BARNETT,  from  May 
4,  1861,  to  June  18,  1862. 

THOMAS  L.  BARTHOLOMEW,  from 
April  20  to  September  25,  1862. 

GEORGE  H.  HERBERT,  from  Novem- 
ber 14,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
THOMAS    L.    BARTHOLOMEW,    from 

May  4,  1861,  to  April  20,  1862. 
JAMES  B.   HORNER,  from  April  20  to 

November  22,   1862. 
EDWIN  DEWS,  from  September  30,  1862, 

to  May  20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 
OTTO  W.  PARISEN,  from  May  4,  1861, 

to  October  4,  1862. 

VICTOR  KLINGSOEHR,  from  August 
10,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM    H.     ENNIS,    from     May    4, 

1861,  to  August  10,   1862. 

JOHN    LINDSAY   DONALDSON,   from 

August  10  to  November  22,  1862. 
FRANK    POWELL,    from    November    i, 

1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  D.  MITCHELL,  from  May  4  to 
September  22,  1861. 

GEORGE  WASHINGTON  DEBE- 
VOISE,  from  November  28  to  De- 
cember 26,  1861. 

EDWARD  C.  COOPER,  from  November 
23,  1861,  to  September  17,  1862. 

LOUIS  JACOBSOHN,  from  October  22, 
1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 

Captains: 

HENRY  WRIGHT,  from  May  4  to  Au- 
gust 9,  1861. 


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CHARLES  W.  PRESCOTT,  from  August 

i,  1861,  to  September  3,  1862. 
ALMER    PRESTON    WEBSTER,    from 

September  3,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN     SANDERS     HARRISON,     from 

May  4,  1861,  to  March  17,  1862. 
JAMES   B.   HORNER,   from  January  30 

to  March  17,  1863. 
JOHN  KEYS  PERLEY,  from  March  16, 

1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN    KEYS    PERLEY,    from    May   4, 

1861,  to  March  16,  1862. 

JOHN   LINDSAY   DONALDSON,   from 

February  28  to  August  10,  1862. 
RICHARD  H.  JACKSON,  from  October 

29  to  November  23,  1862. 
JAMES    B.    HORNER,    from    November 

22,  1862,  to  January  30,  1863. 
SEBASTIAN  MEYER,  from  March  16  to 

May  20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captain: 

ADOLPHE  LIBAIRE,  from  May  4,  1861, 
to  May  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  H.  BARTLETT,  from  May  4  to 
October  23,  1861. 

VICTOR  KLINGSOEHR,  from  Decem- 
ber 24,  1861,  to  August  10,  1862. 

JOSEPH   A.  GREENE,  from  October  4, 

1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  A.  BARTLETT,  from  May  4 
to  October  23,  1861. 

GEORGE  H.  HERBERT,  from  Decem- 
ber 23,  1861,  to  February  22,  1862. 

WILLIAM  S.  ANDREWS,  from  Febru- 
ary 22  to  October  29,  1862. 

ALEXANDER  W.  VOGT,  from  August 
10,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captain: 

WILLIAM  W.  HAMMILL,  from  May  4, 
1861,  to  May  20,  1863. 


First  Lieutenants: 
HENRY  C.  PERLEY,  from  May  4,  1861, 

to  March  i,  1863. 
MATTHEW  JOHN  GRAHAM,  from 

January  29  to  May  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  W.  PRESCOTT,  from  May  4 

to  August  i,  1861. 
JOSEPH  A.  GREENE,  from  August  10, 

1861,  to  October  4,  1862. 

DAVID  J.   GREEN,   from    November    i, 

1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
EDWARD  JARDINE,  from  May  4,  1861, 

to  February  14,  1862. 

CHARLES  CHILD,  from  May  i,  1862,  to 
May  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ALMER  PRESTON  WEBSTER,  from 

May  4,  1861,  to  April  18,  1862. 
CHARLES    CHILD,    from    April    18    to 

May  i,  1862. 
JOHN    SANDERS    HARRISON,     from 

May  26,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
THOMPSON  P.  McELRATH,  from  May 

4  to  June  23,  1861. 
WILLIAM  S.  ANDREWS,  from  June  24, 

1861,  to  January  u,  1862. 
RICHARD  A.  BURDETT,  from  January 

i,  1862,  to  January  30,  1863. 
CHARLES  W.  GLASER,  from  February 

17  to  May  20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
JOSEPH  C.  RODRIGUEZ,  from  May  4, 

1861,  to  December  29,  1862. 
HENRY  C.  PERLEY,  from  March  i  to 

May  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

LAWRENCE  LEAHY,  from  May  4, 1861, 
to  February  3,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  ROSSELL,  JR.,  from  Feb- 
ruary 3  to  February  15,  1862. 

JOHN  SANDERS  HARRISON,  from 
March  17  to  May  26,  1862. 

ROBERT  McKECHNIE,  from  March  5, 

1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 


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1835 


Second  Lieutenants: 

VINCENT  F.  LAFON,  from  May  4  to 
May  27,  1861. 

RICHARD  H.  MORRIS,  from  June  i  to 
August  18,  1861. 

ROBERT  McKECHNIE,  from  December 
22,  1861,  to  March  5,  1862. 

MATTHEW  JOHN  GRAHAM,  from 
May  25  to  November  23,  1862. 

RICHARD  H.  JACKSON,  from  Novem- 
ber 23,  1862,  to  March  26,  1863. 

THOMAS  RANKIN,  from  March  18  to 
May  20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
HENRY  W.  COPCUTT,  from  May  4  to 

August  12,  1861. 
LEON  BARNARD,  from  July  31,  1861,  to 

March  15,  1862. 

LAWRENCE  LEAHY,  from  March  15, 
1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

TIMOTHY  J.  BURKE,  from  May  4  to 
26,  1861. 

WILLIAM  H.  ROSSELL,  JR.,  from  May 
31,  1861,  to  February  3,  1862. 

LAWRENCE  LEAHY,  from  February  3 
to  March  15,  1862. 

JAMES  HENRY  FLEMING,  from  Feb- 
ruary 14,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES  HENRY  FLEMING,  from  May 

4,  1861,  to  February  14,  1862. 
FRANK    POWELL,   from   March    15   to 

November  I,  1862. 
WILLIAM  S.  ANDREWS,  from  October 

29,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
JOSEPH    N.    STINER,   from   May  4   to 

July  30,  1861. 

JAMES  R.  WHITING,  JR.,  from  Novem- 
ber 23,  1861,  to  September  30,  1862. 
RICHARD  H.  MORRIS,  from  September 

30,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
FRANK  T.  FOSTER,  from  May  4  to  May 

13,  1861. 
FRANCIS   A.   SILVA,   from   May    13   to 

July  31,  1861. 


JAMES  R.  WHITING,  JR.,  from  Septem- 
ber 3  to  November  23,  1861. 

RICHARD  H.  MORRIS,  from  August  18, 
1861,  to  September  30,  1862. 

JOHN  LINDSAY  DONALDSON,  from 
November  22,  1862,  to  May  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  T.  DOUGHTY,  from  May  4  to 
August  26,  1861. 

HENRY  ST.  C.  EYTINGE,  from  Sep- 
tember 22  to  December  6,  1861. 

WILLIAM  S.  ANDREWS,  from  January 
II  to  February  22,  1862. 

GEORGE  H.  HERBERT,  from  February 
22  to  November  14,  1862. 

SEBASTIAN  MEYER,  from  September 
3,  1862,  to  March  16,  1863. 

CHARLES  W.  GLASER,  from  Septem- 
ber 25,  1862,  to  February  17,  1863. 

JOHN  R.  SHIELDS,  from  March  16  to 
May  20,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED: 

ANTHON,  JOHN  H.,  as  Captain. 

MORRIS,  RICHARD  H.,  as  Captain 
(ist). 

BURDETT,  RICHARD  A.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

DEBEVOISE,  GEORGE  WASHING- 
TON, as  First  Lieutenant. 

LUCQUEN,  ANDRE,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

HUDSON,  JR.,  WILLIAM  S.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

MEDALS  OF  HONOR  AWARDED  BY  THE 
PRESIDENT  TO 

LANGBEIN,  J.  C.  JULIUS,  Musician, 
Company  B,  for  voluntarily,  and  under 
a  heavy  fire,  going  to  the  aid  of  a 
wounded  officer  at  the  battle  of  Camden, 
N.  C.,  April  19,  1862. 

LIBAIRE,  ADOLPHE,  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  for  most  distinguished  gallantry 
in  action  at  Antietam,  Md.,  September 
17,  1862. 

BREVET  COMMISSIONS  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR  OF 
THE  STATE  TO  ENLISTED  MEN  AS  FOL- 
LOWS: 

LESLIE,  WILLIAM,  Private,  Company 
H,  Second  Lieutenant. 


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NICHOLS,  GEORGE  C,  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  Second  Lieutenant. 

STAGE,  DAVID  L.,  Corporal,  Company 
A,  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  tlie  Officers. 

ANDREWS,  WILLIAM  S.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  G,  May  4,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  June  24,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  K,  January  II, 
1862;  to  Company  E,  February  22,  1862; 
to  Company  I,  October  29,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at 
New  York  city;  subsequent  service  in  U. 
S.  Volunteers;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  9,  1861,  with  rank 
from  June  22,  1861,  vice  McElrath,  re- 
signed. 

ANTHON,  JOHN  H.,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Captain,  with  rank  from  July 
31,  1861,  vice  Joseph  N.  Stiner,  resigned. 

BARNARD,  LEON,  Captain,  ist  Infantry; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  this  regiment, 
July  31,  1861;  discharged,  March  15,  1862; 
commissioned  in  ist  Infantry. 

BARNETT,  GEORGE  A.  C.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  4, 
1861;  as  Adjutant,  June  18,  1862;  resigned, 
September  24,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
I7th  Veteran  Infantry ;  see  9th  Infantry, 
reorganizing;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
13,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  June  3,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  19,  1862,  vice  Gadsden,  killed  in 
action. 

BARNETT,  WILLIAM  G.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  May  4,  1861 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  subsequent  service  in  I7th 
Veteran  Infantry;  see  9th  Infantry,  re- 
organizing; commissioned  Captain,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861, 
original. 

BARTHOLOMEW,  THOMAS  L.,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
May  4,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  April 


19,  1862,  at  New  Berne,  N.  C. ;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  April  20,  1862 ;  as 
Adjutant,  September  25,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant,' July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
13,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  June 
3,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  19,  1862, 
vice  G.  A.  C.  Barnett,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  October  20, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  24,  1862, 
vice  G.  A.  C.  Barnett,  resigned. 

BARTLETT,  JOHN  H.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  4,  1861 ; 
discharged,  October  23,  1861,  at  Hatteras, 
N.  C. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861, 
vice  Andre  Lucquen,  not  mustered. 

BARTLETT,  WILLIAM  A.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  4, 
1861;  discharged,  October  23,  1861,  at 
Hatteras,  N.  C. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  13,  1861,  original. 

BETTS,  GEORGE  F.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, May  4,  1861;  resigned, 
February  14,  1862 ;  commissioned  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, June  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

BUCK,  EPHRAIM  W.,  late  Surgeon,  sist 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, this  regiment,  June  10,  1862;  mus- 
tered out,  to  date  May  4,  1863;  subsequent 
service  in  8ist  Infantry;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  June  23,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  2,  1862,  vice  White,  pro- 
moted. 

BURDETT,  RICHARD  A.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  May  4,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  i,  1862;  resigned, 
January  30,  1863;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  30,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  23,  1861,  vice  V.  Kling- 
soehr,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  not 
mustered,  January  22,  1863,  with  rank 


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from  September  23,  1862,  vice  Webster, 
promoted. 

BURKE,  TIMOTHY  J.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  May  4,  1861;  discharged, 
May  26,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  i64th 
Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861, 
original. 

CHILD,  CHARLES,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  4,  1861; 
detailed  as  Adjutant,  January  n  to  Feb- 
ruary 2,  1862,  and  from  February  22, 
1862,  to  March  22,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  G,  April  18,  1862;  promoted 
Captain,  May  I,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13, 
1861,  original;  Captain,  May  13,  1862, 
with  rank  from  March  15,  1862,  vice  R. 
H.  Morris,  not  mustered. 

CONWAY,  THOMAS  W.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Chaplain,  May  21,  1861;  resigned,  Sep- 
tember 4,  1862;  commissioned  Chaplain, 
July  4.  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861, 
original. 

COOPER,  EDWARD  C,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  ii  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  May  4,  1861;  promoted  Regi- 
mental Quartermaster-Sergeant,  same 
date;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
November  23,  1861;  killed  in  action,  Sep- 
tember 17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md.;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
23,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  23, 
1861,  vice  William  A.  Bartlett,  discharged. 

COPCUTT,  HENRY  W.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  I,  May  4,  1861 ;  discharged, 
August  12,  1861,  at  Newport  News,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

DEBEVOISE,  GEORGE  WASHING- 
TON, age  21  years;  enrolled  April  23, 
1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
A,  May  4,  1861;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 


June  25,  1861;  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  November  28,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  A,  December  26,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  February  8,  1862,  at 
Roanoke  Island,  N.  C.;  discharged,  Au- 
gust 23,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  Vet- 
eran Reserve  Corps;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  18,  1861,  with 
rank  from  August  23,  1861,  vice  G.  T. 
Doughty,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  not 
mustered,  March  20,  1862,  with  rank  from 
March  15,  1862,  vice  Morris,  promoted. 

DEWS,  EDWIN,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany B,  May  4,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  December  23,  1861;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  September  30, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  20,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  30,  1862,  vice 
Powell,  promoted. 

DONALDSON,  JOHN  LINDSAY,  age 
21  years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  K,  May 
4,  1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  February  28,  1862;  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  August  10,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  K,  November 
22,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  28, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  15,  1862, 
vice  J.  K.  Perley,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  4,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  10,  1862,  vice  W.  H.  Ennis,  de- 
ceased. 

DOUGHTY,  GEORGE  T.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  4, 
1861 ;  discharged,  August  26,  1861 ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

ELLIOTT,  JR.,  HENRY  H.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Quartermaster,  May  4,  1861  ;  resigned, 
August  10,  1862;  commissioned  Quarter- 
master, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
13,  1861,  original. 

ENNIS,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 


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to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  4,  1861; 
acting  Adjutant,  December,  1861,  and 
January,  1862;  died,  of  disease,  August  10 
1862;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861, 
original. 

EVANS,  JAMES  S.  W.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  May  4,  1861; 
resigned,  February  23,  1862;  see  i6th  Ar- 
tillery; commissioned  Adjutant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

EYTINGE,  HENRY  ST.  C,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  K,  May  4,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  August  i,  1861;  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  22,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, December  6,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  22,  1861, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  Mitchell, 
resigned. 

FLEMING,  JAMES  HENRY,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 
May  4,  1861;  promoted  First  Lieuten- 
ant, February  14,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  subsequent  service  in  i6th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
13,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
February  24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 14,  1862,  vice  L.  Leahy,  promoted. 

FOSTER,  FRANK  T.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  K,  May  4,  1861 ;  resigned, 
May  13,  1861;  subsequent  service  in  4Oth 
Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13, 
1861,  original. 

GADSDEN,  CHARLES  A.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  K,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  en- 
rolled March  13,  1862,  at  Washington,  D. 
C.,  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  this  reg- 


iment, March  22,  1862;  killed  in  action, 
April  19,  1862,  at  Camden,  N.  C.;  com- 
missioned Adjutant,  March  13,  1862, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  James  W. 
Evans,  resigned. 

GLASER,  CHARLES  W.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  May  4,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  January  i,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  September  25,  1862;  transferred 
to  Company  G,  February  17,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  20,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  subsequent  service  in 
I7th  Veteran  Infantry;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  October  20,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  24,  1862,  vice  G.  H. 
Herbert,  promoted. 

GRAHAM,  ANDREW  S.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany A,  May  4,  1861;  wounded  in  action, 
April  19,  1862,  at  River  Bridge,  N.  C; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  20, 
1863,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

GRAHAM,  MATTHEW  JOHN,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Sergeant,  Company  A,  May  4, 
1861;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  Decem- 
ber i,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  May  25,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862, 
at  Antietam,  Md.;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany A,  November  23,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  to 
date  January  29,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  subsequent  service  in  Vet- 
eran Reserve  Corps;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  March  15,  1862,  vice  W.  S.  Hud- 
son, Jr.,  declined;  First  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 28,  1862,  vice  H.  C.  Perley,  pro- 
moted. 

GREEN,  DAVID  J.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  F,  May  4,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  January  i,  1862; 


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mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember I,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  20,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 4,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  23, 

1862,  vice  G.  W.  Debevoise,  discharged. 
GREENE,  JOSEPH  A.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant,  Company  F,   May  4,   1861;   pro- 
moted   First    Sergeant,    June    30,    1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 10,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  October  4,  1862;  mustered  out 
with   company,    May   20,    1863,   at    New 
York   city;    subsequent   service   in  Vet- 
eran Reserve  Corps;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  18,  1861,  with 
rank  from  June   13,   1861,  vice   Charles 
W.   Prescott,  promoted;   First  Lieuten- 
ant,   October   4,    1862,    with    rank   from 
August    10,    1862,    vice    V.    Klingsoehr, 
promoted. 

HAMMILL,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  F,  May  4,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  April  19,  1862,  at 
South  Mills,  N.  C;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  see  i6th  Cavalry;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  14,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  13,  1861,  original. 

HARDING,  WILLIAM  L.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  August  9,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  August  20,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  May  20, 

1863,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent  ser- 
vice  in    iO2d   Militia;   see   9th   Infantry, 
reorganizing;     commissioned     Assistant 
Surgeon,    August    27,    1862,    with    rank 
from  August  9,  1862,  original. 

HARRISON,  JOHN  SANDERS,  age  28 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May 
4,  1861;  detailed  as  acting  Quartermas- 
ter, from  February  3  to  September  20, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  H,  March 
17,  1862;  to  Company  G,  May  26,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  20, 
1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1861,  original. 


HAWKINS,  RUSH  C,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  May 
4,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  April  19, 
1862,  at  Camden,  N.  C.;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Vol- 
unteers, by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865; 
commissioned  Colonel,  June  20,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

HERBERT,  GEORGE  H.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  B,  May  4, 
1861;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  December  23,  1861;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  K,  February  22, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  November  14,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  20,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  12,  1861,  with 
rank  from  December  6,  1861,  vice  H.  St. 
C.  Eytinge,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant, 
October  20,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 24,  1862,  vice  T.  L.  Bartholo- 
mew, appointed  Adjutant. 

HORNER,  JAMES  B.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  D,  May  4,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  April 
20,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  D, 
November  22,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  January  30,  1863;  transferred 
to  Company  A,  March  17,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  20,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  subsequent  service  in 
I7th  Veteran  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  3,  1862,  with 
rank  from  April  19,  1862,  vice  T.  L.  Bar- 
tholomew, promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
March  4,  1863,  with  rank  from  January 
30,  1863,  vice  R.  A.  Burdett,  resigned. 

HUDSON,  JR.,  WILLIAM  S.,  age  20 
years;  enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  C,  May  4,  1861; 
discharged,  May  29,  1862,  by  promotion 
to  First  Lieutenant,  49th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  declined,  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  20,  1862,  with 
rank  from  March  15,  1862,  vice  George 
W.  Debevoise,  promoted. 

HUMPHREYS,    GEORGE    H.,    age    26 


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years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Surgeon,  May  4,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  May  20,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Surgeon,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

JACKSON,  RICHARD  H.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  I,  May  4,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D, 
October  29,  1862;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany H,  November  23,  1862;  to  Com- 
pany A,  March  26,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, October  4,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  10,  1862,  vice  J.  A.  Greene,  pro- 
moted. 

JACOBSOHN,  LOUIS,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  May  4,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862, 
at  Antietam,  Md.;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  C,  October 
22,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  October 
20,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  17, 

1862,  vice  Cooper,  killed  in  action. 
JARDINE,  EDWARD,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered   in  as   Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  May  4, 1861;  as  Major, 
February   14,   1862;  wounded  in  action, 
April  19,  1862,  at  Camden,  N.  C.;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  May  20,  1863; 
at  New  York  city;  see  9th  Infantry,  re- 
organizing;  subsequent   service   in    I7th 
Veteran    Infantry;    commissioned    Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
13,   1861,  original;   Major,   February  24, 

1862,  with  rank  from  February  14,  1862, 
vice  E.  A.  Kimball,  promoted. 

KIMBALL,  EDGAR  A.,  age  38  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Major,  May  4,  1861;  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, February  14,  1862;  killed,  April  12, 

1863,  by    Brigadier-General     Corcoran; 
commissioned  Major,  June  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original;  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, February  24,  1862,  with 


rank  from  February  14,  1862,  vice 
George  F.  Betts,  resigned. 

KLINGSOEHR,  VICTOR,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  4, 
1861;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  December  24,  1861;  wounded  in 
action,  April  19,  1862,  at  Camden,  N.  C.; 
promoted  Captain,  Company  C,  August 
10,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  December  10, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  23,  1861, 
vice  Jno.  H.  Bartlett,  discharged;  Cap- 
tain, October  4,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  2,  1862,  vice  O.  W.  Parisen,  dis- 
charged. 

LAFON,  VINCENT  F.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  May  4,  1861;  dis- 
charged, May  27,  1861,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13, 
1861,  original. 

LEAHY,  LAWRENCE,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  4,  1861; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  February  3, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  March  15, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent 
service  in  i6th  Cavalry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
February  24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 14,  1862,  vice  E.  Jardine,  promoted. 

LIBAIRE,  ADOLPHE,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  E,  May  4,  1861;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  medal  of  honor;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

LUCQUEN,  ANDRE,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

McELRATH,  THOMPSON  P.,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 


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Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  4, 
1861;  discharged,  June  23,  1861,  by  ap- 
pointment in  5th  U.  S.  Artillery;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

McKECHNIE,  ROBERT,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Sergeant,  Company  H,  May 
4,  1861;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
June  io,  1862;  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  22,  1861;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, March  5,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  12,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  18,  1861,  vice  R.  H.  Morris, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  May  13, 

1862,  with   rank   from   March    15,    1862, 
vice  Geo.  W.  Debevoise,  declined. 

MEYER,  SEBASTIAN,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  F,  May  4,  1861;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  May  22,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  September  3,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  D,  March  16,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  20, 

1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,    January    22,    1863, 
with  rank  from  September  3,  1862,  vice 
R.  A.  Burdett,  promoted. 

MITCHELL,  JOHN  D.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  4, 
1861;  discharged,  September  22,  1861; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861, 
original. 

MORRIS,  RICHARD  H.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  May  4,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June  I, 
1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
August  18,  1861;  as  Captain,  September 
30,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  29,  1861,  vice 
Lafon,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
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cember  12,  1861,  with  rank  from  August 
18,  1861,  vice  J.  R.  Whiting,  Jr.,  pro- 
moted; Captain,  not  mustered,  declined, 
March  20,  1862,  with  rank  from  March 

15,  1862,   vice    Barnard,   resigned;    Cap- 
tain, October  20,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September   30,    1862,    vice   Whiting,   re- 
signed. 

PARISEN,  OTTO  W.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  May  4,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, October  4,  1862 ;  enrolled  and 
mustered  in  as  Quartermaster,  same  date ; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  May  20, 
1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
13,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  October  4,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  io,  1862,  vice  H.  H. 
Elliott,  Jr.,  resigned. 

PERLEY,  HENRY  C.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  4,  1861;  as 
Captain,  Company  H,  March  i,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at 
New  York  city;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  13,  1861,  original;  Captain,  March 
17,  1863,  with  rank  from  December  28, 
1862,  vice  J.  C.  Rodriguez,  resigned. 

PERLEY,  JOHN  KEYS,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  4, 
1861;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  March 

16,  1862;    mustered    out    with    company, 
May  20,    1863,   at   New  York  city;    com- 
missioned    Second     Lieutenant,    July    4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  February  28,  1862, 
with   rank   from   February   15,    1862,   vice 
W.  H.  Rossell,  Jr.,  resigned. 

POWELL,  FRANK,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  "?6i,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  May  4,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 
March  15,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  November  i, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent 
service  in  i6th  Artillery;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862, 


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with  rank  from  February  14,  1862,  vice 
J.  H.  Fleming,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, October  20,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  30,  1862,  vice  R.  H.  Morris, 
promoted. 

PRESCOTT,  CHARLES  W.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  4, 
1861;  promoted  Captain,  Company  D, 
August  i,  1861;  discharged,  September 
3,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13, 
1861,  original;  Captain,  August  9,  1861, 
with  rank  from  June  13,  1861,  vice 
Wright,  resigned. 

RANKIN,  THOMAS,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  H,  May  4,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, June  10,  1861;  First  Sergeant,  De- 
cember 22,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  March  18,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
December  28,  1862,  vice  M.  J.  Graham, 
promoted. 

RODRIGUEZ,  JOSEPH  C,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  May  4,  1861;  dis- 
charged, December  29,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

ROSSELL,  JR.,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  at  Riker's  island  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  May  27,  1861;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  May  31,  1861;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  H,  February  3,  1862; 
discharged,  February  15,  1862,  at  Roanoke 
Island,  N.  C. ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
13,  1861,  original. 

SHIELDS,  JOHN  R.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  K,  May  4,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral in  1861;  First  Sergeant,  December 
I,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, March  16,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  20,  1863,  at  New  York 


city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  4,  1863,  with  rank  from  January 
30,  1863,  vice  J.  B.  Horner,  promoted. 

SILVA,  FRANCIS  A,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  two  years,  and  appointed 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  13, 
1861;  transferred  to  1st  Infantry,  July  31, 
1861;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13, 
1861,  original. 

STINER,  JOSEPH  N.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  May  4,  1861;  discharged, 
July  30,  1861;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  ranK  from  May  13, 

1861,  original. 

VOGT,  ALEXANDER  W.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  May  4,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  September  26,  1861;  Ser- 
geant, January  21,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
February  12,  1862;  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  10,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  20,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Sec  d  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 4,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  10, 

1862,  vice  J.  L.  Donaldson,  promoted. 
WEBSTER,  ALMER  PRESTON,  age  20 

years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  4, 
1861;  wounded  in  action,  February  8,  1862, 
at  Roanoke  Island,  N.  C. ;  transferred  to 
Company  A,  April  18,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  D,  September  3, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original;  Cap- 
tain, January  28,  1863,  with  rank  from 
September  3,  1862,  vice  Charles  W. 
Prescott,  resigned. 

WHITE,  JOHN  P.  P.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, May  16,  1861;  promoted  Surgeon, 
loth  Infantry,  May  13,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

WHITING,  JR.,  JAMES  R.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  two  years,  and  ap- 
pointed First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
September  3,  1861;  promoted  Captain, 


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November  23,  1861;  discharged,  Septem- 
ber 30,  1862;  see  9th  Infantry,  reorganiz- 
ing; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
September  3,  1861,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  original;  Captain,  November  23, 
1861,  with  rank  from  August  18,  1861,  vice 
H.  W.  Copcutt,  resigned. 


WRIGHT,  HENRY,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  May  4,  1861;  dis- 
charged, August  9,  1861;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  13,  1861,  original. 


NINTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Reorganizing. 

May  29,  1863,  Maj.  E.  Jardine  received  authority  to  reorganize  the  gth  Infantry,  mus- 
tered out  May  20,  1863,  by  reason  of  expiration  of  its  term  of  service,  for  a  three  years' 
service.  The  men  enlisted  served  in  New  York  city  during  the  Draft  Riots  in  July, 
1863,  under  Major  Jardine,  who  was  wounded,  and  in  consequence  unable  to  effect  the 
reorganization.  October  14,  1863,  the  men  so  far  enlisted  were  transferred  to  the  i;th 
Veteran  Infantry,  and  the  reorganization  discontinued. 

To  assist  in  the  reorganization  the  following  were  appointed  but  not  commissioned 
by  the  Governor : 


Colonel. 

EDWARD  JARDINE,  late  Major,  gth  In- 
fantry (ist);  May  29,  1863;  out,  October 
14,  1863;  wounded  in  the  Draft  Riots  in 
New  York  city  in  July,  1863;  see  I7th 
Veteran  Infantry. 

Lieutenant-Colonel. 

WILLIAM  G.  BARNETT,  late  Captain, 
9th  Infantry  (ist);  May  29,  1863;  out,  Oc- 
tober 14,  1863;  see  I7th  Veteran  Infantry. 

Major. 

JAMES  R.  WHITING,  JR.,  late  Captain, 
9th  Infantry  (ist);  May  29,  1863;  out,  Oc- 
tober 14,  1863. 


Adjutant. 

GEORGE  A.  C.  BARNETT,  late  Adju- 
tant, 9th  Infantry  (ist);  May  29,  1863; 
out,  October  14,  1863;  see  i7th  Veteran 
Infantry. 

Quartermasters. 

CHARLES   KNOWLTON,  declined. 
JOHN  B.  PANNES,  June  5,  1863;  out,  Oc- 
tober 14,  1863;  see  I7th  Veteran  Infantry. 

Surgeon. 

WILLIAM  L.  HARDING,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  9th  Infantry  (ist);  June  30, 
1863;  out,  October  14,  1863. 


TENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY  (VETERAN). 

National  Guard  Zouaves;  McChesney  Zouaves. 

This  regiment,  Col.  Waters  W.  McChesney,  was  accepted  and  designated  by  the  State 
May  15,  1861.  It  was  organized  in  New  York  city,  and  the  companies  were  mustered  in 
the  service  of  the  United  States  for  two  years :  A  and  B,  April  27 ;  C,  D,  E,  F,  G  and  H, 
April  30;  I  and  K,  May  2  and  7,  1861,  respectively.  At  the  expiration  of  its  term  of 
service  the  three  years'  men  were  formed  into  a  battalion  of  four  companies  —  A,  B,  C 
and  D  —  under  Maj.  George  F.  Hopper,  and  May  7,  1863,  the  regiment,  under  Col.  John 
E.  Bendix,  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  at  New  York  city,  while  the 
battalion  continued  in  service.  Companies  E  and  F,  mustered  in  the  United  States  service 
for  three  years,  joined  the  battalion  in  April,  1864.  June  15,  1865,  Companies  L  and  M, 
8th  N.  Y.  Volunteer  Artillery,  became,  by  transfer,  Companies  H  and  G  of  the  battalion, 
a  Company  I  was  formed  of  the  men  of  Companies  B,  C  and  E,  and  a  Company  K  of  the 
men  of  Companies  A,  D  and  F,  8th  N.  Y.  Volunteer  Artillery,  not  mustered  out  with 


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their  regiment;  a  few  of  the  men  of  these  last  six  companies  were  also  transferred  to  the 
original  six  companies  of  the  battalion.  June  20,  1865,  Company  F  received,  by  transfer, 
15  men  of  the  i6th  N.  Y.  Volunteer  Cavalry. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally :  A —  the  original  National  Guard  Zouaves 
—  I  and  K  at  New  York  city;  B  in  Troy;  C  — the  Volunteer  State  Zouaves  — D,  E,  G 
and  H  in  New  York  city;  F — Morgan  State  Zouaves  —  in  Brooklyn;  second  Companies 
E  and  F  in  New  York  city. 

The  regiment  left  the  State,  June  6,  1861,  and  served  at  and  near  Fort  Monroe,  Va., 
from  June  7,  1861 ;  at  Norfolk,  Va.,  7th  Corps,  from  May,  1862 ;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  2d 
Division,  5th  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  June  7,  1862;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  3d 
Division,  2d  Corps,  from  September  24,  1862;  as  Provost  Guard  of  General  Sumner's 
Grand  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  December  7,  1862;  in  3d  Brigade,  3d  Division, 
2d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  December  26,  1862;  the  battalion  as  Provost  Guard, 
3d  Division,  2d  Corps,  from  April  27,  1863 ;  with  2d  Brigade,  3d  Division,  2d  Corps, 
from  June,  1863;  and  in  the  3d  Brigade,  2d  Division,  ad  Corps,  from  March,  1864.  The 
regiment,  commanded  by  Col.  Joel  B.  Baker,  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out, 
June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va. 

During  its  service  it  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  4  officers,  77  enlisted  men ;  of 
wounds  received  in  action,  2  officers,  47  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other  causes,  3 
officers,  86  enlisted  men ;  total,  9  officers,  210  enlisted  men ;  aggregate,  219 ;  of  whom,  8 
enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded.             Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Fletcher's  Wharf,  Pocomoco,  Va  

1861. 
July          30 
3i 
1862. 
May          10 

Cherry  Stone  Inlet,  Va  

Tranter's  Creek  and  Norfolk,  Va  

Old  Church,  Va  

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

June  25- 
July  2 
June         27 
30 
July            i 

Aug.  27- 
Sept.   2 
Aug.         30 
Sept.         17 
19 
20 
Dec.    ii-is 
1863. 
May        1-3 

4 

38 

I 

69 

"3 

Gaines  Mill  

8 

3 

Malvern  Cliff  

Malvern  Hill  

Harrison's  Landing,  Va  

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

i 

22 

II 

2 

52 

3 

35 

US 

Bull  Run  

Antietam,  Md  

Black  or  Boteler's  Ford,  Va  

Near  Shepherdstown,  Va  

Fredericksburg,  Va  

3 

7 

i 

5 

6 

42 

4 

67 

Chancellorsville,  Va  

Auburn,  Va  

July        1-3 
Oct.           14 
14 
15 
Nov.  26- 
Dec.  3 
Nov.         27 

4 

6 

Bristoe  Station,  Va  

i 

Blackburn's  Ford  

Mine  Run  Campaign,  Va  

Robertson's  Tavern  

Morton's  Ford,  Va  

1864. 
Feb.            6 
May        5-7 

8-21 

IO 
12 

18 
22-26 
27-31 
June     1-12 

June  15- 
April  3, 
1865  

3 
95 

61 

Wilderness,  Va  

i? 

6 

| 

5i 
39 

18 
6 

Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va  

Laurel  Hill,  Va  

1 

6 

i 

5 

The  Salient  

Landron  House  

North  Anna,  Va  

1 

Totopotomoy,  Va  

2 
36 

1  I 

Cold  Harbor,  Va  

i 
5 

4 

3 
3 

8 

}' 

14 
IO 

Before  Petersburg,  Va  

REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


1845 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Assault  of  Petersburg,  Va  

1864. 
June  15—19 

4 

Weldon  Railroad,  Va  

21-23 
July   27-29 

Deep  Bottom,  Va  

Strawberry  Plains,  Va  

Aug.  14—18 

i 
17 
8 

a 
5 

I 
568 

Ream's  Station    Va  

25 
Oct.    27-28 

5 
4 

Boydton  Plank  Road,  Va  

Hatcher's  Run,  Va  

1865. 
Feb.        5-7 
Mar.        28- 
April  9 
Mar.   29-31 
April           2 
7 
7 
9 

i 

i 

White  Oak  Ridge    

Fall  of  Petersburg  

High  Bridge  

Appomattox  Court  House  

On  picket,  June  17,  1861  

Total  loss  

4 

77 

2 

47 

19 

285 

3 

131 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 
WATERS  W.  McCHESNEY,  from  May 

2  to  September  i,  1861. 
JOHN   E.   BENDIX,  from  September  2, 

1861,  to  May  7,  1863. 

JOEL   B.   BAKER,   from  June  5  to  June 

30,  1865. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
ALEXANDER  B.  ELDER,  from  May  2 

to  October  31,  1861. 
JOHN   W.    MARSHALL,   from   October 

31,  1861,  to  May  7,  1863. 

GEORGE  F.  HOPPER,  from  January  5, 

1864,  to  June  30,  1865. 
ANTHONY  S.  WOODS,  from  June  4  to 

June  30,  1865. 

Majors. 
JOHN  W.  MARSHALL,  from  May  2  to 

October  31,  1861. 
JOHN   MISSING,  from  January  8,  1862, 

to  May  7,  1863. 
GEORGE    F.    HOPPER,    from    May    i, 

1863,  to  January  5,  1864. 
ANTHONY    S.    WOODS,    from   April    20, 

1864,  to  June  4,  1865. 

Adjutants. 
FRED  M.  PATRICK,  from  May  2,  1861, 

to  January  27,  1862. 
A.  FRANK  OSBON,  from  January  10  to 

September  12,  1862. 
JOHN   A.    BRADY,   from    September   12, 

1862,  to  January  10,  1863. 


HENRY  V.  MARTIN,  from  February  20 

to  May  7,  1863. 
CHARLES  W.  COWTAN,   from  June  18, 

1863,  to  June  30,  1865. 

Quartermasters. 

JAMES   BIDDLE,   from    May  2   to   Au- 
gust 31,  1861. 
AARON   SEELEY,   from   September   16, 

1861,  to  June  20,  1862. 

CHARLES  HILL,  from  June  21,  1862,  to 

May  7,  1863. 
WILLIAM   H.  H.  WILCOX,  from  May 

8,  1863,  to  February  21,  1865. 
UNDERHILL  J.  COVERT,  acting,  from 

October,  1864,  to  February,  1865. 
WILLIAM    F.    BEERS,   from    March  26 

to  June  30,  1865. 

Surgeons. 
JOHN  W.  HUNT,  from  June  26,  1861,  to 

May  24,  1862. 
JOHN  P.  P.  WHITE,  from  May  27,  1862, 

to  February  27,  1863. 
BROWER  GESNER,  from  April  9,  1863, 

to  February  9,  1865. 
ROBERT  O.  CRAIG,  from  March  18  to 

June  30,  1865. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
FRANK    W.    DOOLITTLE,    from   June 

26,  1861,  to  August  29,  1862. 
ORSAMUS    SMITH,    from     August    15, 

1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 


1846 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


AMOS  EDWARD  VAN  DUSER,  from 
October  18,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

RICHARD  H.  PALMER,  from  May  2  to 
December  4,  1864. 

CHARLES  H.  BAKER,  from  January 
24  to  June  30,  1865. 

Chaplain. 

JOSHUA  COOK,  from  June  5  to  June  30, 
1865. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
FRANK   J.   WHITE,    from   April    27   to 

October  n,  1861. 
THOMAS  J.   WILDES,  from  December 

19,  1861,  to  May  7,  1863. 

GEORGE   M.    DEWEY,   from   April   26, 

1863,  to  October  13,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ALFRED    CHAMBERLIN,    from    April 

27,  1861,  to  July  9,  1862. 
GEORGE  FRANCIS  TAIT,  from  July  8, 

1862,  to  April  26,  1863. 
FRANK  M.  CLARK,  from  February  25 

to  October  19,  1864. 
DUGALD  GILKESON,  from  May  25  to 

June  30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  C.  JONES,  from  April  27  to  Sep- 
tember 16,  1 86 1. 
DEWITT    CLINTON,    from     November 

20,  1861,  to  October  8,  1862. 
FRANK  M.  CLARK,  from  April  27,  1863, 

to  February  25,  1864. 
GEORGE    HACKETT,    from    March    3, 

1864,  to  May  15,  1865. 

CHARLES  EAGAN,  from  May  27  to 
June  30,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

JAMES  FAIRMAN,  from  April  27  to 
May  28,  1861. 

MATHEW  W.  BERRIMAN,  from  June 
i  to  September  30,  1861. 

THOMAS  SKELDING,  from  November 
16,  1861,  to  January  16,  1862. 

ROBERT  A.  DIMMICK,  from  June  10, 
1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 

GEORGE  FRANCIS  TAIT,  from  April 
26,  1863,  to  August  16,  1864. 

EDWARD  D.  VAN  WINKLE,  from  Oc- 
tober 13,  1864,  to  June  30,  1865. 


First  Lieutenants: 
ROBERT  A.   DIMMICK,  from  April  26 

to  November  12,  1861. 
THOMAS    CULHANE,   from   November 

22,  1861,  to  May  7,  1863. 
ALBERT   C.    RISLEY,  from  January   17 

to  May  3,  1865. 
EDWARD  H.  TAYLOR,  from  June  5  to 

June  30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS  CULHANE,  from  April  27  to 
November  22,  1861. 

HENRY  A.  SPENCER,  from  November 
12,  1861,  to  July  15,  1862. 

JAMES  M.  SMITH,  from  July  24  to  De- 
cember 18,  1862. 

JAMES  WHITELAW,  from  January  I, 
1863,  to  May  7,  1863. 

EDWARD  D.  VAN  WINKLE,  from 
April  26,  1863,  to  February  25,  1864. 

WILLIAM  F.  BEERS,  from  August  26 
to  October  13,  1864. 

UNDERHILL  J.  COVERT,  from  Octo- 
ber 13,  1864,  to  June  30,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 
ALEXANDER    B.    ELDER,    from    April 

26  to  May  2,  1861. 
THOMAS  J.  LOUTHER,  from  April  30, 

1861,  to  May  7,  1863. 

PUTNAM  FIELD,  from  April  26,  1863, 
to  June  30,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
THOMAS  J.  LOUTHER,  from  April  26 

to  April  30,   1861. 
WILLIAM  LEE  MONEGAN,  from  April 

30,  1861,  to  July  12,  1862. 
GABRIEL  CUNNINGHAM,  from  July  12, 

1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 

HARVEY  Y.  RUSSELL,    from  April  26, 

1863,  to  May  15,  1864. 

EDWARD  D.  VAN  WINKLE,  from  Feb- 
ruary 25  to  October  13,  1864. 
WILLIAM   F.   BEERS,   from   October   13, 

1864,  to  March  26,  1865. 

SAMUEL  MINNES,  from  May  25  to  June 
30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  LEE  MONEGAN,  from  April 
26  to  April  30,  1861. 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


1847 


GABRIEL  CUNNINGHAM,  from  April 
30,  1861,  to  July  12,  1862. 

JAMES  M.  SMITH,  from  July  12  to  July 
24,  1862. 

JOSIAH  HEDDEN,  from  July  23  to  Au- 
gust 30,  1862. 

JAMES  N.  YARDLEY,  from  ,  to 

November  i,  1862. 

JOHN  HIGGINS,  from  November  i,  1862, 
to  May  7,  1863. 

MICHAEL     KEEGAN,     from    April    26, 

1863,  to  June  30,   1865. 

OP  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
JOHN  W.  MARSHALL,  from  April  30  to 

May  2,  1861. 
THOMAS   CLOWDSLY,  from  April  30, 

1861,  to  March  21,  1862. 

JOHN    H.    MINER,    from    March    21    to 

July  9,  1862. 
CHARLES  D.  STOCKING,  from  July  9, 

1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 

OSCAR    F.   ANGELL,  from   March   3   to 

May  14,  1864. 
HARVEY  Y.  RUSSELL,  from  March  15, 

1864,  to  July  4,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS   CLOWDSLY,   April  30,   1861. 
JOHN    H.   MINER    from  April  30,    1861, 

to  March  21,  1862. 
CHARLES  D.  STOCKING,  from   March 

21  to  July  8,  1862. 
NORWOOD  A.   HALSEY,  from   August 

14,  1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 
OSCAR  F.  ANGELL,  from  June  18,  1863, 

to  March  3,   1864. 
GEORGE  W.  HALSTEAD,  from  May  31, 

1864,  to  June  30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  H.  MINER,  from  April  26  to  April 
30,  1861. 

VOLNEY  WRIGHT,  from  April  30  to  Au- 
gust 9,  1861. 

NORWOOD  A.  HALSEY,  from  Septem- 
ber 13,  1861,  to  August  14,  1862. 

FRED  C.  HAMILTON,  from  July  9  to 
December  10,  1862. 

JAMES  L.  BORLAND,  from  December 
n,  1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 

OSCAR  F.  ANGELL,  from  April  26  to 
June  18,  1863. 


GEORGE  W.  HALSTEAD,  from  April  27, 
1863,  to  May  31,  1864. 

BERNARD  BRADY,  from  June  7  to  Oc- 
tober 13,  1864. 

DUGALD  GILKESON,  from  December 
27,  1864,  to  May  25,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
JOHN  MISSING,  from  April  30,  1861,  to 

January  8,  1862. 
FRED  M.  PATRICK,  from  January  27  to 

July  8,  1862. 
ALFRED   CHAMBERLIN,   from  July  9. 

1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 
JOSEPH  LAFUIRA,  from  April  27,  1864, 

to  June  30,   1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

EDGAR   A.    BROWN,   from   April   30  to 

October  3,  1861. 
SEPTIMUS  CARNCROSS,  from  October 

3,   1861,  to  September  18,   1862. 
WILLIAM   H.   MONK,  from  April  27  to 

May  18,  1864. 
BERNARD    BRADY,    from    October   13, 

1864,  to  June  30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

DANIEL  FINLEY,  from  April  30  to  Au- 
gust 29,  1861. 

JAMES  R.  SMITH,  from  September  21, 
1861,  to  December  4,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  H.  WILCOX,  from  De- 
cember 5,  1862,  to  May  8,  1863. 

SAMUEL  MINNES,  from  December  27, 
1864,  to  May  25,  1865. 

FRANCIS  L.  MEADE,  from  May  27  to 
June  30,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 

Captains : 
SALMON    WINCHESTER,    from    April 

30,   1861,  to  December  16,  1862. 
GEORGE    M.    DEWEY,   from   December 

18,  1862,  to  January  I,  1863. 
THOMAS  DERBYSHIRE  MOSSCROP, 

from  January  i  to  January  10,  1863. 
JOHN   A.    BRADY,   from   January    10  to 

May  7,  1863. 
PETER  HENRY,  from  April  30,  1864,  to 

May  17,  1865. 


1848 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


First  Lieutenants: 
RUFUS  FARNSWORTH,  from  April  30 

to  October  4,  1861. 
THOMAS  DERBYSHIRE  MOSSCROP, 

from  October  4,  1861,  to  October  i,  1862. 
ALPHONSE  BIETRY,  from  October  25, 

1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 
HARVEY  CURTIS,   from  September  10, 

1864,  to  June  30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS  DERBYSHIRE  MOSSCROP, 
from  April  26  to  October  4,  1861. 

LEONARD  M.  BERGEN,  from  October 
4,  1861,  to  May  7,  1863. 

HARVEY  CURTIS,  from  June  17  to  Sep- 
tember 10,  1864. 

WILLIAM  N.  SKIDMORE,  from  Sep- 
tember 10,  1864,  to  June  30,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
JOSEPH    NEWBURGH,   from   April   30, 

1861,  to  May  7,  1863. 

JOHN  R.  COOPER,  from  June  5  to  June 
30,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

FRANK  C.  STOTT,  from  April  30  to  Oc- 
tober 23,  1861. 
CHARLES    HILL,    from    November    21, 

1861,  to  June  21,  1862. 

HARVEY   Y.    RUSSELL,   from  June  21, 

1862,  to  April  26,  1863. 

MICHAEL  METZGER,  from  June  5  to 
June  30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  HILL,  from  April  30  to  No- 
vember 21,  1861. 

HARVEY  Y.  RUSSELL,  from  November 
21,  1861,  to  June  21,  1862. 

ALPHONSE  BIETRY,  from  June  30  to 
October  25,  1862. 

JAMES  N.  YARDLEY,  from  September 

I  to  ,  1862,  and  from  November  I 

to  December  13,  1862. 

OSCAR  F.  ANGELL,  from  January  I  to 
April  26,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
GEORGE   F.    HOPPER,    from   April    30, 

1861,  to  May  i,  1863. 

GEORGE  H.  ROBERTSON,  from  June 
5  to  June  30,  1865. 


First  Lieutenants: 
EUGENE   F.    ROBERTS,   from  April  30 

to  October  23,  1861. 
THEODORE  H.  ROGERS,  from  October 

23,  1861,  to  May  7,  1863. 
LEROY  WILLIAMS,  from  June  5  to  June 

30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

THEODORE  H.  ROGERS,  from  April 
30  to  October  23,  1861. 

ADOLPH  A.  SCHEIDLER,  from  De- 
cember 20,  1861,  to  October  26,  1862. 

HENRY  V.  MARTIN,  from  October  25, 
1862,  to  February  20,  1863. 

JOHN  H.  MURRAY,  from  February  20 
to  May  7,  1863. 

EUGENE  K.  SAGE,  from  June  5  to  June 
30,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
JAMES  HENRY  BRIGGS,  from  May  2, 

1861,  to  May  7,  1863. 

SAMUEL  B.  DENSMORE,  from  June  5 
to  June  30,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS   J.    WILDES,   from    May   2   to 

December   19,   1861. 
GEORGE  M.   DEWEY,  from  October  31, 

1861,  to  December  18,  1862. 

JAMES   M.    SMITH,   from   December   18, 

1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 

JOSEPH  CLAPSADDLE,  from  June  5 
to  June  30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  M.  DEWEY,  from  May  2  to 
October  31,  1861. 

CHARLES  D.  STOCKING,  from  De- 
cember 30,  1861,  to  March  21,  1862. 

JOHN  A.  BRADY,  from  March  26  to 
September  12,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  JOHNSON,  from  October 
16,  1862,  to  May  7,  1863. 

CHARLES  T.  BEHAN,  from  June  5  to 
June  30,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 

GEORGE  GRANVILLE  RICHARD- 
SON, from  May  2,  1861,  to  September 
30,  1862. 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


1849 


THOMAS  DERBYSHIRE  MOSSCROP, 
from  October  i,  1862,  to  January  i,  1863. 

GEORGE  M.  DEWEY,  from  January  i 
to  April  26,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

EDWARD  GREENWOOD,  from  May  2 
to  September  13,  1861. 

FRANCIS  A.  MORRELL,  from  Septem- 
ber 13,  1861,  to  February  4,  1863. 

PUTNAM  FIELD,  from  February  23  to 
April  26,  1863. 

HENRY  A.  BOTSFORD,  from  June  5  to 
June  30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

EDWIN  A.  WILCOX,  from  May  2  to  Oc- 
tober 23,  1861. 

DEWITT  CLINTON,  from  November  i 
to  November  20,  1861. 

GEORGE  FRANCIS  TAIT,  from  Novem- 
ber 26,  1861,  to  July  8,  1862. 

PUTNAM  FIELD,  from  July  8,  1862,  to 
February  23,  1863. 

CHARLES  W.  COWTAN,  from  February 
23  to  June  5,  1863. 

WILLIAM  A.  GEORGE,  from  June  5  to 
June  30,  1865. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED: 

HOPPER,   GEORGE  R,  as  Colonel. 

YEAMANS,  JOSEPH,  as  Colonel. 

COWTAN,   CHARLES  W.,  as  Major. 

GESNER,  BROWER,  as  Surgeon  (ad). 

MATCHETT,  WILLIAM  B.,  as  Chaplain. 

COWTAN,   CHARLES  W.,  as  Captain. 

DEWEY,  GEORGE  M.,  as  Captain   (ad). 

RUSSELL,  HARVEY  Y.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant (2d). 

SCHEFFNER,  LOUIS,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

SCHEIDLER,  ADOLPH  A.,  as  First 
Lieutenant. 

WAIT,  GEORGE  ADDISON,  as  First 
Lieutenant. 

DAVY,  JOSEPH  M.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

VANDERPOOL,  WILLIAM  H.,  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. 

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UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR  TO 
ENLISTED  MEN  AS  FOLLOWS  : 

BROWER,  HORACE  C,  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  Second  Lieutenant. 


HIGGINS,  JAMES,  Corporal,  Company 
F,  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ANGELL,  OSCAR  R,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  April  27,  1861;  returned  to 
Sergeant,  February  16,  1862;  captured  in 
action,  June  27,  1862,  at  Gaines  Mill, 
Va.;  paroled,  October  4,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G, 
January  I,  1863;  transferred  to  Company 
D,  April  26,  1863;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  June  18,  1863;  as  Captain, 
March  3,  1864;  wounded  in  action,  May 
10,  1864,  at  Spotsylvania,  Va.;  died,  of 
his  wounds,  May  14,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  23,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  13,  1862,  vice 
Yardley,  killed  in  action;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, June  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  April 
26,  1863,  original;  Captain,  February  27, 

1864,  with  rank  from  February  25,   1864, 
original. 

BAKER,  CHARLES  H.,  age  45  years;  en- 
rolled January  9,  1865,  near  Petersburg, 
Va.,  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  January  24,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  June  30, 

1865,  at    Munson's    Hill,    Va. ;    commis- 
sioned   Assistant    Surgeon,    January    13, 
1865,    with    rank    from    January    9,    1865, 
vice    R.    H.    Palmer,   deceased. 

BAKER,  JOEL  B.,  Colonel,  8th  Artillery; 
transferred  to  this  regiment,  June  5, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  com- 
missioned in  8th  Artillery. 

BEERS,  WILLIAM  F.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
D,  March  i,  1864;  promoted  Corporal, 
March  15,  1864;  Sergeant,  March  — , 
1864;  wounded  in  action,  May  6,  1864,  at 
the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  B,  August  26, 
1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
October  13,  1864;  appointed  Quarter- 
master, March  26,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  June  30,  1865,  at  Mun- 
son's Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  18,  1864,  with  rank  from 
February  25,  1864,  vice  Van  Winkle,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  September  30, 
1864,  with  rank  from  May  n,  1864,  vice 


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Russell,  promoted;  Quartermaster,  May 
17,  1865,  with  rank  from  April  18,  1865, 
vice  W.  H.  H.  Wilcox,  discharged. 

BEHAN,  CHARLES  T.,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, 8th  Artillery;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany I,  this  regiment,  June  5,  1865;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  30,  1865, 
at  Munson's  Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  in 
8th  Artillery. 

BENDIX,  JOHN  E.,  late  Colonel,  7th  In- 
fantry; mustered  in  as  Colonel,  this  regi- 
ment, September  2,  1861 ;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, December,  1862,  at  Fredericks- 
burg,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  Briga- 
dier-General, U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet, 
March  13,  1865;  commissioned  Colonel, 
September  2,  1861,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  original. 

BERGEN,  LEONARD  M.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  April  30,  1861; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  October  4, 
1861;  mustered  out,  to  date  May  7,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 19,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  4, 
1861,  vice  Mosscrop,  promoted. 

BERRIMAN,  MATHEW  W.,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  May  29,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  B,  June  I,  1861; 
resigned,  September  30,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  August  14,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  29,  1861,  original. 

BIDDLE,  JAMES,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  May  2,  1861;  discharged, 
August  31,  1861,  to  accept  appointment 
as  Captain,  I5th  U.  S.  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Quartermaster,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  15,  1861,  original. 

BIETRY,  ALPHONSE,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  April  30,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  Company  G,  September 
I,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  December  i, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
June  30,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  October  25,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  7,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  No- 


vember 25,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
26,  1862,  vice  Scheidler,  resigned. 

BORLAND,  JAMES  L.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  April  30,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  June  27,  1862;  First  Ser- 
geant, September  — ,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  De- 
cember II,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  February  3,  1864;  promoted  Ser- 
geant in  April,  1864;  First  Sergeant,  April 
20,  1864;  wounded  in  action,  February  5, 
1865;  mustered  out,  June  5,  1865,  at  Co- 
lumbia Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 23,  1862,  with  rank  from  December 
5,  1862,  vice  Hamilton,  discharged. 

BOTSFORD,  HENRY  A.,  First  Lieuten- 
ant, 8th  Artillery ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany K,  this  regiment,  June  5,  1865 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  30,  1865, 
at  Munson's  Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  in 
8th  Artillery. 

BRADY,  BERNARD,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  December  4,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, November  13,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  April  27,  1863;  wounded  in 
actions,  July  3,  1863,  at  Gettysburg,  Pa., 
and  October  14,  1863,  at  Bealton  Station, 
Va. ;  re-enlisted  as  a  veteran,  March  14, 
1864;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  June  7,  1864;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  October 
13,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May  18, 
1864,  with  rank  from  February  25,  1864, 
vice  Halstead,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, September  30,  1864,  with  rank  from 
September  10,  1864,  vice  Monk,  died,  of 
wounds  received  in  action. 

BRADY,  JOHN  A.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant-Major,  May 
2,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
I,  March  26,  1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  September  12,  1862;  as 
Captain,  Company  F,  January  10,  1863 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  7,  1863, 


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at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  March  26,  1862,  with  rank 
from  March  21,  1862,  vice  Stocking,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
October  16,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 12,  1862,  vice  Osbon,  discharged; 
Captain,  February  5,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  10,  1863,  vice  Mosscrop,  re- 
signed. 

BRIGGS,  JAMES  HENRY,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  I,  May  2,  1861 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  7,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  26,  1861,  original. 

BROWN,  EDGAR  A.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  April  30,  1861; 
resigned,  October  3,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  nth  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  26,  1861,  original. 

CARNCROSS,  SEPTIMUS,  Private, 
Company  C,  3d  U.  S.  Artillery,  from 
June  24,  1850,  to  June  24,  1855;  Private, 
Company  F,  6th  U.  S.  Infantry,  from 
July  20,  1855;  transferred  to  the  general 
service,  December  i,  1858;  to  Company 
A,  ist  U.  S.  Artillery,  March  I,  1859; 
to  Company  K,  3d  U.  S.  Artillery,  Sep- 
tember I,  1861;  discharged,  October  7, 

1861,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant,  Company   E,   this   regiment,   Octo- 
ber 3,  1861;  discharged,  to  date  Septem- 
ber   18,    1862,    to    accept   promotion    as 
Captain  and  Aide-de-Camp,   U.   S.  Vol- 
unteers;   commissioned    First    Lieuten- 
ant,  October   18,   1861,  with   rank  from 
October  3,  1861,  vice  E.  A.  Brown,  re- 
signed. 

CHAMBERLIN,  ALFRED,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  April  27,  1861;  pro- 
moted Captain,  Company  E,  July  9, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  December  13, 

1862,  at   Fredericksburg,   Va.;   mustered 
out  with  company,  May  7,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,   1861,  with  rank  from  April 
26,  1861,  original;  Captain,  July  21,  1862, 


with  rank  from  July  8,   1862,  vice  Pat- 
rick, resigned. 

CLAPSADDLE,  JOSEPH,  First  Lieutenant, 
8th  Artillery;  transferred  to  Company  I, 
this  regiment,  June  5,  1865,  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Mun- 
son's  Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  in  8th 
Artillery. 

CLARK,  FRANK  M.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  October  15,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  April  27,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  February  25,  1864;  wounded 
in  action,  May  10,  1864,  at  Spottsylvania, 
Va. ;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  October  19,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  I,  1863,  with 
rank  from  April  26,  1863,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  27,  1864,  with  rank 
from  February  25,  1864,  original. 

CLINTON,  DEWITT,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  November  i,  1861; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  November 
20,  1861;  resigned,  October  8,  1862,  to 
accept  position  of  Captain  and  Aide- 
de-Camp,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
i,  1861,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice 
E.  A.  Wilcox,  discharged. 

CLOWDSLY,  THOMAS,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  April 
30,  1861;  as  Captain,  same  date;  re- 
signed, March  21,  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  30,  1861,  original. 

COOK,  JOSHUA,  Chaplain,  8th  Artil- 
lery; transferred  to  this  regiment,  June 
5,  1865;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.; 
commissioned  in  8th  Artillery. 

COOPER,  JOHN  R.,  Captain,  8th  Artil- 
lery; transferred  to  Company  G,  this 
regiment,  June  5,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Mun- 
son's Hill,  Va.;  subsequent  service  in 
4th  Artillery;  commissioned  in  8th  Ar- 
tillery. 


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COVERT,  UNDERBILL  J.,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  September  19,  1862,  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F, 
September  20,  1862;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, Company  D,  April  26,  1863;  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  March  29,  1864; 
Sergeant-Major,  April  28,  1864;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany B,  October  13,  1864;  acting  Quar- 
termaster to  February,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at 
Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  September  30,  1864, 
with  rank  from  September  10,  1864, 
vice  Beers,  promoted. 

COWTAN,  CHARLES  W.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  A,  April  27,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant,  October  12,  1861 ; 
Commissary-Sergeant,  July  12,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  February  23,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  to  date  June 
18,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  Cap- 
tain, U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
December  2,  1864;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  4,  1863,  vice  Field, 
promoted;  Adjutant,  June  6,  1863,  with 
rank  from  April  24,  1863,  original; 
Captain,  not  mustered,  September  30, 

1864,  with    rank    from    August    16,    1864, 
vice   Tait,    discharged;    Major,   not   mus- 
tered,   May    17,    1865,    with    rank    from 
January     15,     1865,     vice     Woods,     pro- 
moted. 

CRAIG  ROBERT  0.,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
I48th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  March  18,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  3,  1865,  at  Mun- 
son's Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  Surgeon, 
March  4,  1865,  with  rank  from  March  2, 

1865,  vice  Gesner,  mustered  out. 
CULHANE,    THOMAS,    age    33    years; 

enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  April 
27,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 22,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  7,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Sec- 


ond Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  12,  1861,  vice 
Dimmick,  resigned. 

CUNNINGHAM,  GABRIEL,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  April 
30,  1861;  promoted  First  Lieutenant, 
July  12,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  30,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  August  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  12,  1862,  vice 
Monegan,  resigned. 

CURTIS,  HARVEY,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  February  27,  1864;  transferred 
to  Company  F,  May  3,  1864;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  June  17,  1864;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  September  10,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  30,  1865, 
at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  18,  1864,  with 
rank  from  May  n,  1864,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  September  30,  1864,  with 
rank  from  September  10,  1864,  vice 
Wait,  not  mustered. 

DAVY,  JOSEPH  M.,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  April  22, 
1864,  with  rank  from  April  19,  1864, 
original. 

DENSMORE,  SAMUEL  B.,  Captain,  8th 
Artillery;  transferred  to  Company  I, 
this  regiment,  June  5,  1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at 
Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  commissioned  in 
8th  Artillery. 

DEWEY,  GEORGE  M.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  2,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  October  31,  1861; 
wounded  and  captured  in  action,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.;  paroled, 
September  2,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  F,  December  18,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  K,  January  i, 
1863;  to  Company  A,  April  26,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  May  6,  1864,  at  the 
Wilderness,  Va.;  discharged  for  disabil- 


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ity  from  wounds,  October  13,  1864; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  26,  1861,  original;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  19,  1861,  with  rank  from 
October  n,  1861,  vice  Wildes,  pro- 
moted; Captain,  December  23,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  13,  1862,  vice 
Winchester,  died,  of  wounds  received 
in  action;  again  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Captain,  August  24,  1863, 
with  rank  from  April  26,  1863,  vice . 

DIM-MICK,  ROBERT  A.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  April  26,  1861;  re- 
signed, November  12,  1861;  enrolled 
and  appointed  Captain,  January  20, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  such,  June  10, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  August  30, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
7,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  Major,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
January  20,  1862,  with  rank  from  Jan- 
uary 16,  1862,  vice  Skelding,  resigned. 

DOOLITTLE,  FRANK  W.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  June  26,  1861 ;  mustered 
out,  August  29,  1862,  for  appointment  as 
Surgeon  of  5th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  15,  1861,  original. 

EAGAN,  CHARLES,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  September  27,  1861 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  March  22,  1862;  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  April  27,  1863;  re-enlisted  as  a 
veteran,  December  23,  1863;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  October  30,  1864;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
A,  May  27,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's 
Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  17,  1865,  with  rank  from 
April  18,  1865,  vice  Gilkeson,  promoted. 

ELDER,  ALEXANDER  B..  age  37  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city, 
as  Captain,  Company  C,  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
May  2,  1861 ;  died,  of  disease,  October  31, 


1861,  at  New  York  city;  not  commis- 
sioned Captain;  commissioned  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  15,  1861,  original. 

FAIR-MAN,  JAMES,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  April  27,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, May  28,  1861,  at  Sandy  Hook, 
N.  J.;  see  73d  Infantry;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  96th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  26,  1861,  original. 

FARNSWORTH,  RUFUS,  age  38  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  April  30,  1861 ; 
resigned,  October  4,  1861 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1861,  original. 

FIELD,  PUTNAM,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  May  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  July  8,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
June  27,  1862,  at  Gaines  Mill,  Va. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
K,  July  8,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 23,  1863;  as  Captain,  Company  C, 
April  26,  1863;  mustered  out,  to  date 
June  30,  1865,  at  New  York  city;  Major, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  8,  1862,  vice  Tait, 
promoted ;  First  Lieutenant,  February  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  February  4,  1863, 
vice  Morrell,  died,  of  wounds  received  in 
action;  Captain,  June  6,  1863,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1863,  original. 

FINLEY,  DANIEL,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  April  30,  1861 ; 
resigned,  August  29,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1861,  original. 

GEORGE,  WILLIAM  A.,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, 8th  Artillery;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany K,  this  regiment,  June  5,  1865 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at 
Munson's  Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  in  8th 
Artillery. 

GESNER,  BROWER,  late  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, 38th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, this  regiment,  April  9,  1863 ;  mus- 


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tered  out,  February  9,  1865,  near  Peters- 
burg, Va. ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  U.  S.  Vol- 
unteers, by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865 ; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  April  3,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  30,  1863,  vice  J. 
P.  P.  White,  resigned;  again  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Surgeon,  August 
24,  1863,  with  rank  from  April  26,  1863, 
vice . 

GILKESON,  DUGALD,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  July  7,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant, 
August  13,  1864;  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  September  10, 1864;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  December  27,  1864; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  25, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December 
7,  1864,  with  rank  from  November  18, 
1864,  vice  Vanderpool,  declined;  First 
Lieutenant,  May  17,  1865,  with  rank  from 
April  18,  1865,  vice  Risley,  discharged. 

GREENWOOD,  EDWARD,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  K,  May  2,  1861 ;  resigned, 
September  13,  1861 ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  15,  1861,  original. 

HACKETT,  GEORGE,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  September  25,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  B,  April  26,  1863;  promoted 
Corporal,  April  28,  1863;  re-enlisted  as 
a  veteran,  December  23,  1863;  promoted 
Sergeant,  same  date;  First  Sergeant,  no 
date;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  March  3,  1864;  wounded  in 
action,  May  6,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness, 
Va. ;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  May  15,  1865 ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  18,  1864,  with  rank 
from  February  25,  1864,  vice  Clark,  pro- 
moted. 

HALSEY,  NORWOOD  A.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  one  month ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  7th  Militia,  April 
26,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
D,  this  regiment,  September  13,  1861 ;  as 


First  Lieutenant,  August  14,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  7,  1863,  at 
New  York  city;  Captain,  N.  Y.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  21,  1861,  with 
rank  from  September  20,  1861,  origi- 
nal; First  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  9,  1862,  vice 
Stocking,  promoted. 

HALSTEAD,  GEORGE  W.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  October  14,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, December  I,  1861 ;  Sergeant,  Au- 
gust 13,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  D, 
April  26,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  April  27,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  May  31,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's 
Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, June  6,  1863,  with  rank  from  April 
26,  1863,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  May 
18,  1864,  with  rank  from  February  25, 
1864,  vice  Angell,  promoted. 

HAMILTON,  FRED  CM  age  29  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  August  28,  1861;  promoted 
Corporal,  September  i,  1861;  Sergeant, 
November  25,  1861;  First  Sergeant,  De- 
cember 19,  1861;  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  July  9,  1862;  discharged, 
December  10,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  9,  1862,  vice  Halsey,  promoted. 

HEDDEN,  JOSIAH,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  April  30,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  July  I,  1862; 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  23,  1862;  killed 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va.;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  15, 
1862,  vice  Spencer,  resigned. 

HENRY,  PETER,  age  41  years;  enrolled 
April  24,  1864,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  to  date  April  30,  1864;  died, 
of  disease,  May  17,  1865,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Captain,  April  14, 
1864,  with  rank  of  same  date,  original. 

HIGGINS,  JOHN,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 


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pany  C,  April  30,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, June  9,  1861;  Sergeant,  July  i, 
1862;  First  Sergeant,  July  15,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  November 
I,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
7,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  25,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  17,  1862,  vice  Hed- 
den,  killed  in  action. 

HILL,  CHARLES,  age  19  years;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  April  30,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  November  21,  1861;  ap- 
pointed Quartermaster,  June  21,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  May  7,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  26,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
December  2,  1861,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 23,  1861,  vice  Stott,  discharged; 
Quartermaster,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  21,  1862,  vice  Seeley,  pro- 
moted. 

HOPPER,  GEORGE  F.,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  April  30,  1861;  as 
Major,  May  i,  1863;  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, January  5,  1864;  mustered  out,  to 
date  June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  26,  1861,  original;  Major, 
May  21,  1863,  with  rank  from  April  26, 

1863,  original;   Lieutenant-Colonel,  Janu- 
ary 8,    1864,   with   rank   from   January   5, 

1864,  original;     Colonel,    not    mustered, 
January  9,  1865,  with  rank  from  January 
5,    1865,   vice   Yeamans,    commission    re- 
voked. 

HUNT,  JOHN  W.,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  June 
26,  1861 ;  discharged,  to  date  May  24, 
1862,  for  appointment  to  Surgeon,  U.  S. 
Volunteers;  commissioned  Surgeon,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  15,  1861, 
original. 

JOHNSON,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany K,  May  2,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 


October  16,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 16,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
12,  1862,  vice  Brady,  promoted. 

JONES,  JAMES  C,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  April  27,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, September  16,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  26,  1861,  original. 

KEEGAN,  MICHAEL,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany I,  September  28,  1861;  promoted 
Corporal,  January  i,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.; 
promoted  Sergeant,  October  i,  1862;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  C,  April  26, 
1863;  mustered  in  as  such,  June  18,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  30, 
1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  6,  1863, 
with  rank  from  April  26,  1863,  original. 

LAFUIRA,  JOSEPH,  late  Captain,  2d  In- 
fantry; mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
E,  this  regiment,  April  27,  1864;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  30,  1865, 
at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  Major,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned 
Captain,  April  14,  1864,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  original. 

LOUTHER,  THOMAS  J.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years,  and  appointed  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  April  30,  1861;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  7,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  30,  1861,  original. 

MARSHALL,  JOHN  W.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  April  30,  1861;  as 
Major,  May  2,  1861;  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, October  31,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
not  commissioned  Captain;  commissioned 
Major,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
15,  1861,  original;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
December  23,  1861,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 31,  1861,  vice  Elder,  deceased. 


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MARTIN,  HENRY  V.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  April  27,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  July  28,  1861;  First 
Sergeant,  March  30,  1862;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  October  25,  1862; 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  February 
20,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  October 
25,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  30, 

1862,  vice     Scheidler,     promoted;     First 
Lieutenant    and    Adjutant,     February    5, 

1863,  with   rank  from   January    10,    1863, 
vice  Brady,  promoted. 

MATCHETT,  WILLIAM  B.,  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Chaplain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  15,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

McCHESNEY,  WATERS  W.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Colonel, 
May  2,  1861;  discharged,  September  I, 
1861;  commissioned  Colonel,  June  20, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  15,  1861, 
original. 

MEADE,  FRANCIS  L.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  February  27,  1864;  transferred 
to  Company  F,  May  16,  1864;  promoted 
Corporal,  May  28,  1864;  Sergeant,  June 
9,  1864;  First  Sergeant  in  September  or 
October,  1864;  Sergeant-Major,  Novem- 
ber i,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  May  27,  1865;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  30,  1865, 
at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  April  18,  1865,  vice  Minnes, 
promoted. 

METZGER,  MICHAEL,  First  Lieutenant, 
8th  Artillery;  transferred  to  Company  G, 
this  regiment,  June  5,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Mun- 
son's Hill,  Va.;  commissioned  in  8th 
Artillery. 

MINER,  JOHN  H.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years,  and  appointed  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  April  30,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Captain,  March  21,  1862;  resigned, 
July  9,  1862;  not  commissioned  Second 


Lieutenant;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April 
30,  1861,  original;  Captain,  March  26, 
1862,  with  rank  from  March  21,  1862,  vice 
Clowdsly,  resigned. 

MINNES,  SAMUEL,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  1st  Infantry,  May  3,  1861;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  B,  May  8,  1861; 
promoted  Corporal,  March  i,  1862;  mus- 
tered out,  May  25,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  again  enrolled  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  A,  this  regiment,  Feb- 
ruary 27,  1864;  promoted  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany F,  May  3,  1864;  wounded  in  action, 
May  6,  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va.;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
E,  December  27,  1864;  wounded  in  action, 
February  5,  1865,  at  Hatcher's  Run,  Va.; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  May  25,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's 
Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from 
November  18,  1864,  vice  Davies,  not  mus- 
tered; First  Lieutenant,  May  17,  1865, 
with  rank  from  April  18,  1865,  vice  Beers, 
promoted. 

MISSING,  JOHN,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  April  30,  1861;  as  Major,  Jan- 
uary 8,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1861,  original;  Major,  Jan- 
uary 8,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  31, 
1861,  vice  Marshall,  promoted. 

MONEGAN,  WILLIAM  LEE,  age  28 
years;  enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years,  and  ap- 
pointed Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  April  30, 
1861;  resigned,  July  12,  1862;  not  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  30,  1861,  original. 

MONK,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  14,  1864,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  April  27,  1864; 
wounded  in  action,  May  10,  1864,  at  Spot- 
sylvania,  Va. ;  died,  of  his  wounds,  May 


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18,  1864,  at  Armory  Square  Hospital, 
Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  April  14,  1864,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  original. 

MORRELL,  FRANCIS  ASBURY,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  7th  Infantry,  May  I, 
1861 ;  discharged  for  disability,  August  5, 

1861,  at    Camp    Butler,    Newport    News, 
Va.;  again  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve    three    years,    and   mustered    in   as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  this   regi- 
ment,   September    13,    1861 ;    wounded    in 
action,  December  13,  1862,  at  Fredericks- 
burg,  Va. ;  died,  of  his  wounds,  February 
4,    1863,    at    Seminary    Hospital,    George- 
town,   D.    C. ;    commissioned    First    Lieu- 
tenant, October   19,   1861,  with  rank  from 
September  13,  1861,  vice  Scheffner,  declined. 

MOSSCROP,  THOMAS  DERBYSHIRE, 
age  22  years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  April  26, 
1861;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
October  4,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  K,  October  i, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  F,  January 
1,1863;  resigned,  January  10,  1863;  Major, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  26,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  19,  1861,  with 
rank  from  October  4,  1861,  vice  Farns- 
worth,  resigned;  Captain,  October  27, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  30,  1862, 
vice  Richardson,  resigned. 

MURRAY,  JOHN  H.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  April  30,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  Febru- 
ary 20,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  5, 

1863,  with   rank   from   January    10,    1863, 
vice  H.  V.  Martin,  promoted. 

NEWBURGH,  JOSEPH,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  G,  April  30,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  7,  1863,  at  New 
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York  city;  subsequent  service  in  Vet- 
eran Reserve  Corps;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  26,  1861,  original. 

OSBON,  A.  FRANK,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  October  17,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  January  i,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  Jan- 
uary 10,  1862;  resigned,  September  12, 
1862;  commissioned  Adjutant,  January 
17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  31, 
1861,  vice  Patrick,  promoted. 

PALMER,  RICHARD  H.,  age  48  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1864,  at  Stevensburg, 
Va.,  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Assistant  Surgeon,  May  2,  1864; 
died,  of  disease,  December  4,  1864,  at 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  April  7,  1864,  with  rank 
from  March  24,  1864,  vice  Van  Duser, 
mustered  out. 

PATRICK,  FRED  M.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  May  2,  1861;  as 
Captain,  Company  E,  January  27,  1862; 
resigned,  July  8,  1862;  commissioned 
Adjutant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  15,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Jan- 
uary 17,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
31,  1861,  vice  Missing,  promoted. 

RICHARDSON,  GEORGE  GRAN- 
VILLE,  age  33  years;  enrolled  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  Company  K,  May 
2,  1861;  resigned,  September  30,  1862; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  15,  1861,  original. 

RISLEY,  ALBERT  C,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled December  30,  1864,  near  Peters- 
burg, Va.,  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
B,  January  17,  1865;  wounded  in  action 
in  1865;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  May  3,  1865;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  30,  1864, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  Clark,  dis- 
charged. 

ROBERTS,  EUGENE  F.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  April  30, 
1861;  discharged,  October  23,  1861; 


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again  enrolled  May  25,  1862,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  months;  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  G,  7th 
Militia,  June  19,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  September  5,  1862,  at 
New  York  city;  subsequent  service  in 
U.  S.  Colored  Troops;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  26,  1861,  original. 

ROBERTSON,  GEORGE  H.,  Captain, 
8th  Artillery;  transferred  to  Company 
H,  this  regiment,  June  5,  1865;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  30,  1865, 
at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  Major,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned  in 
8th  Artillery. 

ROGERS,  THEODORE  H.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
April  30,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
October  23,  1861;  wounded  in  action, 
December  13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg, 
Va.;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
7,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  26,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  19,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  23,  1861;  vice 
Roberts,  discharged. 

RUSSELL,  HARVEY  Y.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  First  Sergeant,  Company  G,  April 
30,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 21,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  June  21, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  C,  April 
26,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany D,  May  15,  1864;  mustered  out, 
July  4,  1865;  Major,  U.  S.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet,  from  April  9,  1865;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  2, 

1861,  with  rank  from  October  23,  1861, 
vice    Hill,   promoted;    First    Lieutenant, 
July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  June   21, 

1862,  vice  Hill,  appointed   Quartermas- 
ter; again  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
First  Lieutenant,  August  24,  1863,  with 
rank  from  April  26,   1863,  original ;   com- 
missioned   Captain,    August    2,    1864,    with 
rank  from  May  n,  1864,  vice  Angell,  died, 
of  wounds  received  in  action. 

SAGE,  EUGENE  K.,  Second  Lieutenant, 
8th  Artillery;  transferred  to  Company 
H,  this  regiment,  June  5,  1865;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  30,  1865, 


at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  commissioned  in 
8th  Artillery. 

SCHEFFNER,  LOUIS,  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  declined,  First  Lieuten- 
ant, September  21,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  13,  1861,  original. 

SCHEIDLER,  ADOLPH  A.,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  H,  April  30, 
1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  May  7,  1861; 
First  Sergeant,  November  25,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 20,  1861;  discharged,  October 
26,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  19,  1861,  with  rank  from 
October  23,  1861,  vice  Rogers,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered, 
October  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 30,  1862,  vice  Mosscrop,  pro- 
moted. 

SEELEY,  AARON,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  Sep- 
tember 16,  1861;  mustered  out,  June  20, 
1862,  for  appointment  as  Captain  and 
additional  Aide-de-Camp,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers; commissioned  Quartermaster, 
September  21,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  16,  1861,  vice  Biddle,  re- 
signed. 

SKELDING,  THOMAS,  Private,  5th 
R.  I.  Volunteers;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  this  regiment,  Novem- 
ber 16,  1861;  resigned,  January  16,  1862; 
commissioned  Captain,  October  29, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  28,  1861, 
vice  Berriman,  resigned. 

SKIDMORE,  WILLIAM  N.,  age  38 
years;  enrolled  August  23,  1862,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  K,  Au- 
gust 29,  1862;  promoted  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  April  27,  1863;  First  Sergeant, 
May  6,  1864;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  September  10, 
1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va.;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 30,  1864,  with  rank  from  September 
10,  1864,  vice  Curtis,  promoted. 

SMITH,  JAMES  M.,  age  24  years ;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  April  27,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 


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geant  in  May  or  June,  1861 ;  First  Ser- 
geant, February  16,  1862;  Commissary- 
Sergeant,  March  21,  1862;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  July  12,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  B,  July  24, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  December  18,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  7,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  25th  Cavalry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  12,  1862,  vice 
Cunningham,  promoted ;  First  Lieutenant, 
December  23,  1862,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 13,  1862,  vice  Dewey,  promoted. 

SMITH,  JAMES  R.,  age  20  years ;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany E,  April  30,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, September  21,  1861 ;  resigned,  De- 
cember 4,  1862,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 21,  1861,  with  rank  from  August 
29,  1861,  vice  Finley,  resigned. 

SMITH,  ORSAMUS,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled August  n,  1862,  at  Harrison's 

Landing,  Va.,  to  serve  years; 

mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  Au- 
gust 15,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in  84th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Au- 
gust 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
17,  1862,  original. 

SPENCER,  HENRY  A.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany B,  April  27,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  June  I,  1861 ;  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, November  12,  1861 ;  discharged,  July 
15,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  2,  1861,  with  rank  from 
November  12,  1861,  vice  Culhane,  pro- 
moted. 

STOCKING,  CHARLES  D.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  December  30,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  March 
21,  186.2;  promoted  Captain,  July  9,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  7,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  30,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  II,  1861,  vice  Dewey,  pro- 
moted ;  First  Lieutenant,  March  26,  1862, 
with  rank  from  March  21,  1862,  vice 


Miner,  promoted;  Captain,  July  21,  1862, 
with  rank  from  July  9,  1862,  vice  Miner, 
resigned. 

STOTT,  FRANK  C,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  April  30,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, October  23,  1861 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1861,  original. 

TAIT,  GEORGE  FRANCIS,  age  28 years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  H,  April  30,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  Novem- 
ber 26,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  June  27, 
1862,  at  Games'  Mill,  Va.;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  July  8, 
1862;  wounded  in  action  at  Fredericks- 
burg,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  April  26,  1863 ;  wounded  in  action, 
May  6  1864,  at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  dis- 
charged for  disability  from  wounds,  Au- 
gust 16,  1864;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  19,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  16,  1861,  vice  Jones,  resigned; 
First  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  8,  1862,  vice  Chamblerlin,  pro- 
moted; Captain,  June  6,  1863,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1863,  original. 

TAYLOR,  EDWARD  H.,  First  Lieutenant, 
8th  Artillery;  transferred  to  Company  B, 
this  regiment,  June  5,  1865 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's 
Hill,  Va. ;  commissioned  in  8th  Artillery. 

VANDERPOOL,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  33 
years ;  enrolled  October  30,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  H,  October  31, 
1861 ;  captured  in  action,  June  27,  1862, 
at  Gaines  Mill,  Va. ;  paroled,  July  19, 
1862,  at  City  Point,  Va. ;  transferred  to 
Company  C,  April  27,  1863 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  January  28,  1864;  Sergeant, 
March  15,  1864;  First  Sergeant,  March 
16,  1864;  wounded  in  action,  May  6,  1864, 
at  the  Wilderness,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  Oc- 
tober 31,  1864,  at  Petersburg,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  declined,  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  30,  1864,  with  rank 
from  September  10,  1864,  vice  Brady, 
promoted. 

VAN  DUSER,  AMOS  EDWARD,  age  24 
years ;  enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 


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geon,  October  18,  1862;  mustered  out, 
June  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  subse- 
quent service  in  2ist  Militia;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  October  21, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  18,  1862, 
vice  Doolittle,  promoted. 

VAN  WINKLE,  EDWARD  D.,  age  28 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  October  9,  1861 ;  promoted, 
Corporal,  January  17,  1863;  Sergeant, 
March  26,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  April  26,  1863; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  February 
25,  1864;  as  Captain,  Company  B,  October 
13,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va. ;  Ma- 
jor, N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  June  6,  1863, 
with  rank  from  April  26,  1863,  original ; 
First  Lieutenant,  February  27,  1864,  with 
rank  from  February  25,  1864,  original ; 
Captain,  December  7,  1864,  with  rank  from 
October  13,  1864,  vice  Dewey,  discharged. 

WAIT,  GEORGE  ADDISON,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, not  mustered,  I22d  Infantry,  com- 
missioned, not  mustered.  First  Lieuten- 
ant, this  regiment,  May  18,  1864,  with  rank 
from  May  n,  1864,  original;  Captain,  N. 
Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet. 

WHITE,  FRANK  J.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  April  27,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, October  II,  1861;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  26,  1861,  original. 

WHITE,  JOHN  P.  P.,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
9th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  May  27,  1862;  resigned, 
February  27,  1863 ;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commis- 
sioned Surgeon,  June  4,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1862,  vice  Hunt,  promoted. 

WHITELAW,  JAMES,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany B,  April  27,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, June  14,  1861;  First  Sergeant, 
November  14,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  I,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  7,  1863,  at 
New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  23,  1862,  with  rank 


from    December     13,    1862,    vice    J.     M. 
Smith,  promoted. 

WILCOX,  EDWIN  A.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  May  2,  1861;  dis- 
charged, October  23,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  15,  1861,  original. 

WILCOX,  WILLIAM  H.  H.,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  A,  April  27,  1861; 
transferred  to  Company  B,  June  28,  1861; 
promoted  Sergeant.no  date;  Commissary- 
Sergeant,  September  g,  1861;  Sergeant- 
Major,  March  25,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  Decem- 
ber 5,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster.  May  8,  1863;  captured, 
October  12,  1863,  at  Elk  Run,  Va.;  pa- 
roled, December  10,  1864,  at  Charleston, 
S.  C. ;  mustered  out,  February  21,  1865; 
Captain,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 4,  1862,  vice  J.  R.  Smith,  resigned; 
Quartermaster,  June  6,  1863,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1863,  original. 

WILDES,  THOMAS  J.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  May  2,  1861;  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  December  19,  1861;  wounded 
in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at  Games'  Mill, 
Va. ;  mustered  out  with  company,  May  7, 
1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
December  19,  1861,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber n,  1861,  vice  White,  resigned. 

WILLIAMS,  LEROY,  First  Lieutenant, 
8th  Artillery;  transferred  to  Company  H, 
this  regiment,  June  5,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  30,  1865,  at  Munson's 
Hill,  Va.;  commissioned  in  8th  Artillery. 

WINCHESTER,  SALMON,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  April  30,  1861;  died,  Decem- 
ber 16,  1862,  of  wounds  received  in  action 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
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WOODS,  ANTHONY  S.,  late  Captain, 
8th  Militia;  enrolled  January  5,  1864,  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Major,  this  regiment,  April 
20,  1864;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  4, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
30,  1865,  at  Munson's  Hill,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Major,  January  8,  1864,  with  rank 
from  January  5,  1864,  vice  Hopper,  pro- 
moted; Lieutenant-Colonel,  May  17,  1865, 
with  rank  from  January  15,  1865,  vice 
Hopper,  promoted. 

WRIGHT,  VOLNEY,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  April  30,  1861;  re- 
signed, August  9,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  30,  1861,  original. 


YARDLEY,  JAMES  N.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  B,  April  30,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  April  i,  1862; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  Septem- 
ber I,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  C, 
no  date;  to  Company  G,  November  i, 
1862;  killed  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  30,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  21,  1862,  vice  Russell, 
promoted. 

YEAMANS,  JOSEPH,  late  Major,  ist  In- 
fantry; commissioned,  not  mustered,  Col- 
onel, this  regiment,  December  10,  1863, 
with  rank  from  December  9,  1863,  original; 
commission  revoked. 


ELEVENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Ellsworth  Zouaves ;  First  Fire  Zouaves ;  First  Regiment  New  York  Zouaves ; 

U.  S.   National  Guards. 

This  regiment,  Col.  E.  Elmer  Ellsworth,  was  recruited  and  organized  in  New  York 
city,  accepted  by  the  State  April  20,  1861,  and  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States, 
at  Washington,  D.  C.,  for  two  years,  May  7,  1861.  It  was  composed  of  members  of  the 
fire  department  of  New  York  city,  and  left  the  State  April  29,  1861.  It  served  at 
Washington,  D.  C.,  from  May  2,  1861 ;  at  and  near  Alexandria,  Va.,  and  in  General 
Willcox's  Brigade,  from  May  23,  1861 ;  in  the  2d  Brigade,  2d  Division,  Army  of  North- 
eastern Virginia,  from  July  16,  1861 ;  in  New  York  harbor  and  Westchester  county,  from 
September,  1861 ;  at  Newport  News,  Va.,  from  October,  1861 ;  at  New  York  city  from 
May  7,  1862,  where  commanded  by  Lieut.-Col.  Joseph  E.  MacFarland,  it  was  honorably 
discharged  and  mustered  out  June  2,  1862. 

The  regiment  (ist  organization)  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  I  officer,  33  enlisted 
men ;  died  of  wounds  received  in  action ;  i  officer,  2  enlisted  men ;  died  of  disease  and 
other  causes,  4  officers,  8  enlisted  men ;  total,  6  officers,  43  enlisted  men ;  aggregate,  49 ;  of 
whom  3  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following 
engagements,  etc. : 


Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

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1861. 

Occupation  of  Alexandria   Va 

Fairfax  Court  House    Va 

Bull  Run,  Va  

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177 

1862. 

March        8 

Loss  on  picket,  May  30,  1861  

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178 

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REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels, 

E.  ELMER  ELLSWORTH,  from  April 
20  to  May  24,  1861. 

CHARLES  MCKNIGHT  LEOSER,  from 

August  22,  1861,  to  April  17,  1862. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 

NOAH  L.  FARNHAM,  from  May  7  to 
August  14,  1861. 

JOHN  A.  CREGIER,  from  June  7  to 
September  21,  1861. 

SPENCER  H.  STAFFORD,  from  Oc- 
tober 18,  1861,  to  March  5,  1862. 

JOSEPH  E.  MAcFARLAND,  from  March 
5  to  June  2,  1862. 

Majors. 

JOHN  A.  CREGIER,  from  May  7  to 
June  7,  1861. 

CHARLES  MCKNIGHT  LEOSER,  from 

June  to  August  22,  1861. 
ALEXANDER    McC.    STETSON,    from 
October    17,    1861,   to   April    17,    1862,   and 
from  May  to  June  14,  1862. 

Adjutants. 

CHARLES  MCKNIGHT  LEOSER,  from 

May  to  June,  1861. 

THOMAS  FAIRGRAVES,  from  Septem- 
ber i,  1861,  to  April  17,  1862. 

Quartermasters. 
ALEXANDER     McC.     STETSON,     from 

May  7  to  October  17,  1861. 
CHARLES   S.    PITMAN,    from   October 

17,  1861,  to  January  31,  1862. 
JAMES  CAMERON,  from  February  i  to 

May  i,  1862. 

Surgeon. 

CHARLES  GRAY,  from  May  7,  1861,  to 
June  2,  1862. 

Assistant  Surgeon. 
HENRY  H.  MITCHELL,  from  July  i  to 

August  10,  1861. 
JOHN    M.    FORSHEE,   from   August    i, 

1861,  to  June  18,  1862. 

Chaplain. 

GEORGE  W.  DODGE,  from  May  7, 
1861,  to  July  29,  1862. 


OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 

JOHN  COYLE,  from  May  7  to  October 

4,   1861. 
EDMUND  S.   HENRY,  from  -     — ,   to 

June  2,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 

EDWARD   B.   KNOX,  from  April  20  to 

August  i,  1861. 
EDMUND   S.  HENRY,  from   November 

i,  1861,  to  ,  1862. 

EDWARD    BYRNE,    from    February    15 

to  April   17,   1862. 
ANDREW   MITCHELL  UNDERHILL, 

from  April  21  to  August  21,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HUGH  S.  POWERS,  from  May  7  to  No- 
vember i,  1861. 

EDWARD  BYRNE,  from  October  4,  1861, 
to  February  15,  1862. 

LEVI  BENNETT,  from  February  15  to 
June  2,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captain: 

EDWARD  BYRNES,  from  May  7  to 
October  4,  1861. 

First  Lieutenants: 

STEPHEN  W.  STRYKER,  from  May  7 

to  July  29,  1861. 
LUCIUS    S.    LARRABEE,    from   -      — , 

to  August  i,   1861. 
JAMES     J.     BRYNE,     from  — ,     to 

April  17,  1862. 
JOHN  COCHRAN,  from  February  15  to 

June  2,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CYRENUS  HARRIS,  from  May  7  to  Au- 
gust i,  1861. 

CHARLES  S.  PITMAN,  from  August  I 
to  October  17,  1861. 

ABRAM  G.  VERPLANCK,  from  , 

to  March  31,  1862. 

EDGAR  A.  BROWN,  from  April  5  to 
June  2,  1862. 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


1863 


OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 
MICHAEL   C.    MURPHY,   from   May  7 

to  August  4,   1861. 

AMOS  P.  WELLS,  from  August  i,  1861, 
to  April  20,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD  M.  COATES,  from  May  7  to 

August  4,   1861. 
LOUIS    FITZGERALD,    from    July    i    to 

August  5,  1861. 
THOMAS  FAIRGRAVES,  September  i, 

1861. 
EFFINGHAM       DONALDSON,       from 

February  18  to  June  2,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ISAAC  G.  SEIXAS,  from  May  7  to  July 
9,  1861. 

JOHN  A.  SMITH,  from  August  I  to  Oc- 
tober ii,  1861. 

JOHN  ELLIS  MARSHALL,  from  Oc- 
tober ii,  1861,  to  February  15,  1862. 

JAMES  FAIRGRAVES,  from  October 
ii  to  December  i,  1861. 

GEORGE  C.  KIBBE,  from  February  15 
to  June  2,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 

JOHN  DOWNEY,  from  May  7,  1861,  to 
August  21,  1862. 

CHRISTOPHER  LEOSER,  from  Feb- 
ruary 18  to  April  19,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 
FREEMAN  CONNER,  from  April  20  to 

August  4,   1861. 
CHRISTOPHER    LEOSER,    from    August 

— ,  1861,  to  February  18,  1862. 
HENRY  BORMAN,from  February  18  to 

June  2,   1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  DOWD,  from  May  7  to  Septem- 
ber 30,  1861. 

CHRISTOPHER  LEOSER,  from  August 
10  to  August  — ,  1861. 

HENRY  BORMAN,  from  October  7, 
1861,  to  February  18,  1862. 

JAMES  WARD,  from  February  18  to 
June  2,  1862. 


OF  COMPANY  E. 

Captains: 

JOHN  B.  LEVERICH,  from  May  7  to 
October  4,  1861. 

RICHARD  N.  BOWERMAN,  from  Oc- 
tober 4,  1861,  to  April  19,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  R.  W.  CHAMBERS,  from 
May  7  to  September  30,  1861. 

RICHARD  N.  BOWERMAN,  from  July 
i  to  October  4,  1861. 

LLOYD  W.  BERRY,  from  October  4, 
1861,  to  June  2,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
LLOYD   W.   BERRY,  from  April   20  to 

October  4,   1861. 
EFFINGHAM       DONALDSON,      from 

September    26,     1861,    to    February    18, 

1862. 
JAMES    LEARY,    from    February    15   to 

June  2,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM   H.   BURNS,  from  May  7  to 

August  i,   1861. 

MOSES  C.  HAGADORN,  from  August 
i,  1861,  to  June  2,  1862, 

First  Lieutenants: 

LUCIUS  S.  LARRABEE,  from  May  7  to 
,  1861. 

JAMES  J.  BYRNE,  from  August  4  to 
,  1861. 

ALEXANDER  H.  MEGAREY,  from  No- 
vember i,  1861,  to  February  15,  1862. 

HUGH  S.  POWERS,  from  February  15 
to  June  2,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JACOB  WILSEY,  from  May  7  to  Sep- 
tember i,  1861. 

HUGH  S.  POWERS,  from  November  I, 
1861,  to  February  15,  1862. 

WILLIAM  WHELAN,  from  February 
28  to  June  2,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 

Captains  : 

MICHAEL  A.  TAGEN,  from  May  7  to 
August  i,  1861. 


1864 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


JOSEPH  E.  MACFARLAND,  from  Au- 
gust i,  1861,  to  March  5,  1862. 

JOHN  B.  LEVERICH,  from  May  3  to 
June  2,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 

FRANK    E.    YATES,    from   April   20   to 

June   15,   1861. 
ANDREW  MITCHELL  UNDERHILL, 

from  June  30,  1861,  to  April  21,  1862. 
JAMES    FAIRGRAVES,    from    February 

15  to  May  I,  1862. 
WILLIAM     KANE,     from     ,     to 

,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

DANIEL  DIVVER,  from  May  7  to  July 
21,  1861. 

EDWARD  BYRNE,  from  August  i  to 
October  4,  1861. 

JAMES  CAMERON,  from ,  to  De- 
cember i,  1861. 

JAMES  FAIRGRAVES,  from  December 
I,  1861,  to  February  15,  1862. 

HENRY  LAZARUS,  from  March  i  to 
June  2,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 

Captains: 

WILLIAM  HACKETT,  from  May  7  to 

August  4,  1861. 
JAMES  L.  WAUGH,  from  December  26, 

1861,  to  June  2,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOSEPH    E.    MACFARLAND,    from    May 

25  to  August  i,  1861. 
PATRICK  A.   GILLON,  from  August  i, 

1861,  to  . 

Second  Lieutenants: 

PATRICK  A.  GILLON,  from  May  7  to 
August  i,  1861. 

JAMES  CAMERON,  from  August  i  to 
,  1861. 

ABRAM  G.  VERPLANCK,  from  Octo- 
ber 13  to  ,  1861. 

JAMES  CAMERON,  from  December  i, 
1861,  to  February  i,  1862. 

JOHN  ELLIS  MARSHALL,  from  Feb- 
ruary 15  to  ,  1862. 

CHRISTOPHER  H.  REYNOLDS,  from 
February  26  to  June  2,  1862. 


OF  COMPANY"  I. 
Captains: 
JOHN  WILDEY,  from   May  7,   1861,  to 

January    i,    1862. 

ALEXANDER  H.  MEGAREY,  from  Feb- 
ruary 15  to  June  2,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  H.  REVERE,  JR.,  from  May 

7  to  June  I,  1861. 
EDWARD    BERNARD,  from  June    i    to 

September  30,    1861. 
THOMAS    F.    GOODWIN,   from   March 

i   to  June  2,   1862. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

JAMES  NELSON,  from  May  7,  1861,  to 
June  2,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captain: 

ANDREW  D.  PURTELL,  from  May  7, 
1861,  to  May  7,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  H.  FERGUS,  from  May  7  to 
July  10,  1861. 

WILLIAM  L.  WATKINS,from  Septem- 
ber i  to  November  27,  1861. 

JOSEPH    HOLT,    from   -      — ,   to    May 

21,     1862. 

JOHN  W.  DAVIES,  from  April  29  to 
June  2,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  MATTHEWS,  from  May  7  to 
September  30,  1861. 

EDWARD  E.  MILLARD,  from  October 
29,  1861,  to  January  17,  1862. 

SYLVESTER  DENNISON,  from  Feb- 
ruary i  to  June  2,  1862. 

UNASSIGNED. 

HENRY  CORNELL,  First  Lieutenant, 
from  ,  to  ,  1862. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED: 

FARNHAM,  NOAH  L.,  as  Colonel. 

DENTON,  BENJAMIN,  as  Commissary 
of  Subsistence. 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OP  ORGANIZATIONS 


1865 


WESTERVELT,  AARON,  as  Paymas- 
ter. 

DEWILLIERS,  CHARLES  A.,  as  sur- 
geon. 

BYRNE,  JAMES  J.,  as  Captain. 
BELL,  CHARLES  A.,  as   First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

MEDAL  OF  HONOR  GRANTED  BY  THE 
PRESIDENT  TO 

BROWNELL,  FRANCIS  E.,  Private, 
Company  A,  for  shooting  the  murderer 
of  Colonel  Ellsworth,  May  24,  1861. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

BELL,  CHARLES  A.,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  July  i,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

BENNETT,  LEVI,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
during  the  war;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  May  7,  1861;  promoted  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  February  15,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  2,  1862,  at 
New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  April  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  15,  1862,  vice  E.  Byrne,  pro- 
moted. 

BERNARD,  EDWARD,  First  Lieutenant, 
7th  Militia;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  this  regiment,  June  I, 
1861;  resigned,  September  30,  1861,  to  ac- 
cept promotion  in  6sth  Infantry;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  June  4,  1861, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  W.  H. 
Revere,  Jr.,  resigned. 

BERRY,  LLOYD  W.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  during 
the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  April  20,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  October  4,  1861; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  2,  1862, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
December  2,  1861,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 4,  1861,  vice  R.  N.  Bowerman,  pro- 
moted. 

BORMAN,  HENRY,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  D,  May  7,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  October  7, 
1861;  First  Lieutenant,  February  18,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  2,  1862, 


at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  7,  1861,  vice  John  Dowd, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  April  i,  1862, 
with  rank  from  February  15,  1862,  vice 
C.  Leoser,  resigned. 

BOWERMAN,  RICHARD  N.,  age  30 
years;  enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  one  month;  mustered 
in  as  Corporal,  Company  G,  7th  Militia, 
April  26,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city; 
again  enrolled  at  Alexandria,  Va.,  to 
serve  during  the  war,  and  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  this  regi- 
ment, July  i,  1861;  promoted  Captain, 
October  4,  1861;  resigned,  April  19,  1862; 
subsequent  service  as  Lieutenant-Colonel 
and  Colonel,  4th  Md.  Volunteers;  not 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  December  2,  1861,  with 
rank  from  October  4,  1861,  vice  John  B. 
Leverich,  resigned. 

BROWN,  EDGAR  A.,  late  First  Lieuten- 
ant, loth  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  this  regiment, 
April  5,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  2,  1862,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
31,  1862,  with  rank  from  March  I,  1862, 
vice  A.  G.  Verplanck,  promoted  to  65th 
Infantry. 

BURNS,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  F,  May  7,  1861;  re- 
signed, August  i,  1861;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original. 

BYRNE,  EDWARD,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  during 
the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  August  I,  1861; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  October  4, 
1861;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 15,  '1862;  resigned,  April  17,  1862; 
subsequent  service  in  I7oth  Infantry;  not 
commissioned. 

BYRNE,  JAMES  J.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  I,  May  7,  1861;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  no  date;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  August  4, 
1861;  transferred  to  Company  B,  no  date; 


i866 


REGISTERS  AXD  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


resigned,  April  17,  1862;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  i63d  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861,  with 
rank  from  August  I,  1861,  vice  S.  W. 
Stryker,  resigned;  Captain,  not  mustered, 
April  15,  1862,  with  rank  from  February 
15,  1862,  vice  Edward  Byrnes,  resigned. 

BYRNES,  EDWARD,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  B,  May  7,  1861;  re- 
signed, October  4,  1861;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original. 

CAMERON,  JAMES,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  during 
the  war,  and  appointed  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  H,  August  I,  1861;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  G,  no  date;  retrans- 
ferred  to  Company  H,  December  i,  1861; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, February  i,  1862;  resigned,  May 

1,  1862;    commissioned    Second    Lieuten- 
ant,   December   2,    1861,   with   rank  from 
August  i,  1861,  vice  Daniel  Divver,  killed 
in    action;    not    commissioned    Quarter- 
master. 

CHAMBERS,  WILLIAM  R.  W.,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E, 
May  7,  1861 ;  resigned,  September  30, 
1861 ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1 86 1,  with  rank  from  April  20,  1861, 
original. 

COATES,  EDWARD  M.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  7, 
1861 ;  resigned,  August  4,  1861 ;  subse- 
quent service  in  Regular  Army;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

COCHRAN,  JOHN,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  Newport  News,  Va.,  to  serve 
during  the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  February  15, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 

2,  1862,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
First    Lieutenant,    March    20,    1862.    with 
rank   from    March    I,   1862,    vice    Edward 
Bernard,  resigned. 

CONNER,  FREEMAN,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  during 
the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 


tenant, Company  D,  April  20,  1861;  re- 
signed, August  4,  1861;  subsequent  service 
in  44th  Infantry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original. 

CORNELL,  HENRY,  age  —  years;  re- 
ported as  a  First  Lieutenant  without 
dates  and  company  and  as  killed  at 
Cloud's  Mills,  Va.,  in  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

COYLE,  JOHN,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
during  the  war;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  May  7,  1861 ;  resigned,  Oc- 
tober 4,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  I7oth 
Infantry;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  April  20,  1861, 
original. 

CREGIER,  JOHN  A.,  age  45  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Major,  May  7,  1861;  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, June  7,  1861;  resigned,  September 
21,  1861;  commissioned  Major,  June  20, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  15,  1861, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  N.  L.  Farn- 
ham,  promoted. 

DAVIES,  JOHN  W.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  during 
the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  April  29,  1862;  mus- 
tered out,  to  date  June  2,  1862,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, April  9,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  W.  L.  Watkins,  resigned. 

DENNISON,  SYLVESTER,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Regimental  Quartermaster-Sergeant,  May 
7,  1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  February  i,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  2,  1862,  at  New 
York  city;  not  commissioned. 

DENTON,  BENJAMIN,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  and  appointed 
Regimental  Commissary  of  Subsistence, 
April  20,  1861;  not  mustered  in  and  did 
not  serve;  not  commissioned. 

DEWILLIERS,  CHARLES  A.,  enrolled 

at  New  York  city  to  serve  during  the 
war,  and  appointed  Surgeon,  April  20, 
1861;  not  mustered  in  and  did  not  serve 
as  such;  not  commissioned. 


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DIVVER,  DANIEL,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  7, 
1861;  killed  in  action,  July  21,  1861,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original. 

DODGE,  GEORGE  W.,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Chaplain,  May  7,  1861 ;  captured  in  ac- 
tion, July  21,  1861,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
paroled,  no  date;  mustered  out,  July  29, 
1862,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Chaplain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

DONALDSON,  EFFINGHAM,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  one  month;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  G,  7th  Militia, 
April  26,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city; 
again  enrolled  at  Newport  News,  Va.,  to 
serve  during  the  war,  and  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  this 
regiment,  September  26,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  February 
18,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  2,  1862,  at  New  York  city;  subse- 
quent service  in  6th  Artillery;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  12, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  4,  1861, 
vice  L.  W.  Berry,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, April  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 15,  1862,  vice  Thomas  Fairgraves, 
appointed  Adjutant. 

DOWD,  JOHN,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
during  the  war;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  7,  1861; 
resigned,  September  30,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

DOWNEY,  JOHN,  age  37  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
during  the  war;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  May  7,  1861;  captured  in 
action,  July  21,  1861,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
paroled,  no  date;  mustered  out,  August 
21,  1862,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  subse- 
quent service  in  73d  Infantry ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  20,  1861,  original. 


ELLSWORTH,  E.  ELMER,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Colonel,  May  7,  1861;  assassinated,  May 
24,  1861,  at  Alexandria,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

FAIRGRAVES,  JAMES,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  Newport  News,  Va.,  to  serve 
during  the  war,  and  appointed  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  October  n, 
1861;  transferred  to  Company  G,  Decem- 
ber I,  1861;  promoted  First  Lieutenant, 
February  15,  1862;  resigned,  May  i,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 12,  1861,  with  rank  from  October 
n,  1861,  vice  P.  A.  Gillon,  promoted; 
not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant. 

FAIRGRAVES,  THOMAS,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  dur- 
ing the  war,  and  appointed  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  September  I,  1861 ; 
detailed  as  Adjutant,  same  date;  resigned, 
April  17,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  ist 
Mounted  Rifles;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  i,  1861,  vice  L.  Fitz- 
gerald, resigned. 

FARNHAM,  NOAH  L.,  First  Lieutenant, 
7th  Militia;  enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  during  the  war; 
mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  this 
regiment,  May  7,  1861;  died,  August  14, 
1861,  of  wounds  received  in  action,  July 
21,  1861,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original;  Colonel, 
not  mustered,  June  4,  1861,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  E.  E.  Ellsworth,  killed. 

FERGUS,  GEORGE  H.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  7, 
1861 ;  resigned,  July  10,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

FITZGERALD,  LOUIS,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  en- 
rolled at  Alexandria,  Va.,  to  serve  during 
the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  this  regiment,  July 


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i,  1861;  resigned,  August  5,  1861;  subse- 
quent service  in  4Oth  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  June  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  June  2,  1861,  vice  E.  M. 
Coates,  resigned. 

FORSHEE,  JOHN  M.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  dur- 
ing the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  August  i,  1861;  mustered 
out,  June  18,  1862,  at  Washington, 
D.  C;  subsequent  service  in  66th  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, May  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust i,  1861,  original. 

GILLON,  PATRICK  A.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
May  7,  1861;  promoted  First  Lieuten- 
ant, August  i,  1861;  subsequent  to 
March  7,  1862,  there  is  not  any  further 
record  of  service  by  this  man;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861, 
with  rank  from  August  I,  1861,  vice 
J.  E.  Macfarland,  promoted. 

GOODWIN,  THOMAS  F.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered 
in  as  Sergeant-Major,  May  7,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  July  21,  1861,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  December  27,  1861;  en- 
rolled and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  March  i,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  2,  1862, 
at  New  York  city;  subsequent  service 
in  I32d  Infantry;  not  commissioned. 

GRAY,  CHARLES,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in 
as  Surgeon,  May  7,  1861 ;  mustered  out, 
to  date  June  2,  1862;  subsequent  service 
in  7th  Infantry;  commissioned  Surgeon, 
January  I,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  7, 
1861,  original. 

HACKETT,  WILLIAM,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  H,  May  7, 
1861;  resigned,  August  4,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  20,  1861,  original. 


HAGADORN,  MOSES  C,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
during  the  war,  and  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  F,  August  i,  1861; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  2, 
1862,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent 
service  in  First  Infantry;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  4,  1861,  vice  William  H. 
Burns,  resigned. 

HARRIS,  CYRENUS,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May 
7,  1861;  resigned,  August  i,  1861;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  April  20,  1861, 
original. 

HENRY,  EDMUND  S.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city,  April  17, 
1861,  to  serve  one  month ;  mustered  in 
as  Sergeant,  Company  G,  7th  Militia, 
April  26,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city; 
again  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war,  and  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  this 
regiment,  November  i,  1861;  pro- 
moted Captain,  no  date;  mustered  out, 
June  2,  1862,  at  New  York  city;  subse- 
quent service  in  I27th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  December 
2,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  i, 
1861,  vice  E.  B.  Knox,  resigned;  Cap- 
tain, April  i,  1862,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 15,  1862,  vice  John  Coyle,  re- 
signed. 

HOLT,  JOSEPH,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  G,  May  7,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
no  date;  drowned,  May  21,  1862,  in  the 
Potomac  river;  not  commissioned. 

KANE,  WILLIAM,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  G,  May  7,  1861; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  no  date; 
died,  in  New  York  Hospital,  1862;  not 
commissioned. 

KIBBE,  GEORGE  C,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  B,  May  7,  1861; 


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transferred  to  Company  F,  September 
i,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  no  date; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  Feb- 
ruary 15,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  2,  1862,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in  6th  Artillery ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  April 

1,  1862,   with    rank   from    February    15, 
1862,  vice  J.   Fairgraves,   promoted. 

KNOX,  EDWARD  B.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  during 
the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  April  20,  1861;  re- 
signed, August  i,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  44th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

LARRABEE,  LUCIUS  S.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F, 
May  7,  1861;  transferred  to  Company 
B,  no  date;  resigned,  August  I,  1861; 
subsequent  service  in  44th  Infantry; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  April  20,  1861, 
original. 

LAZARUS,  HENRY,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in 
as  Sergeant,  Company  G,  May  7,  1861; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  March  I, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 

2,  1862,    at    New    York    city;    not    com- 
missioned. 

LEARY,  JAMES,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York,  city  to 
serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  May  7,  1861; 
wounded  and  captured  in  action,  July 
21,  1861,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.;  released, 
January  18,  1862;  promoted  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  15,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  2,  1862, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  April  I,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  15,  1862,  vice  E. 
Donaldson,  promoted. 

LEOSER,  CHARLES  McKNIGHT, 
Second  Lieutenant,  2d  U.  S.  Dragoons; 
on  duty  with  this  regiment  as  acting 
Adjutant,  May,  1861 ;  promoted  Major, 
June,  1861;  Colonel,  August  22,  1861; 
resigned,  April  17,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  June  20, 


1861,  with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Major,  June  15,  1861,  with  rank 
of  same  date,  vice  J.  A.  Cregier,  pro- 
moted; Colonel,  October  7,  1861,  with 
rank  from  August  15,  1861,  vice  N.  L. 
Farnham,  died,  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

LEOSER,  CHRISTOPHER,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war,  and  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  Au- 
gust 10,  1861;  promoted,  First  Lieuten- 
ant in  August,  1861;  Captain,  February 
15,  1862;  resigned,  April  19,  1862;  see 
22d  Cavalry;  not  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  4,  1861,  vice  F.  Conner, 
resigned;  not  commissioned  Captain. 

LEVERICH,  JOHN  B.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  E,  May  7, 
1861;  resigned,  October  4,  1861;  en- 
rolled and  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  G,  May  3,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  2,  1862,  at  New 
York  city;  subsequent  service  in  i63d 
Infantry;  commissioned  Captain,  July 

4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  20,   1861, 
original;  recommissioned  Captain,  March 
25,  1862,  with  rank  from  March  24,  1862, 
vice  J.  E.  Macfarland,  promoted. 

MACFARLAND,  JOSEPH  E.,  age  30 
years;  enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  one  month;  mus- 
tered in  as  Sergeant,  Company  B,  7th 
Militia,  April  26,  1861;  appointed  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  this  regiment, 
May  25,  1861;  promoted  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  August  i,  1861;  mustered  in  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  March  5,  1862;  mus- 
tered out,  June  2,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  June  I,  1861,  vice  C.  A.  Bell,  not 
mustered;  Captain,  December  2,  1861, 
with  rank  from  August  4,  1861,  vice  M. 
A.  Tagen,  resigned;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
March  24,  1862,  with  rank  from  March 

5,  1862,  vice  S.  H.  Stafford,  resigned. 
MARSHALL,     JOHN     ELLIS,    age    — 

years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war,  and  appointed 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  Octo- 
ber II,  1861;  transferred  to  Company 


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H,  February  15,  1862;  discharged,  no 
date,  by  promotion  to  First  Lieutenant, 
2d  Artillery;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  16,  1861,  with  rank 
of  same  date,  vice  John  A.  Smith,  re- 
signed, 

MATTHEWS,  JOHN,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  7, 
1861;  resigned,  September  30,  1861; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  20,  1861, 
original. 

MEGAREY,  ALEXANDER  H.,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war,  and  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  No- 
vember i,  1861;  promoted  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  February  15,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  2,  1862,  at  New 
York  city;  subsequent  service  in  I5th 
Engineers;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  2,  1861,  with  rank  from 
November  i,  1861,  vice  L.  S.  Larrabee, 
resigned;  Captain,  April  I,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  15,  1862,  vice  J. 
Wildey,  resigned. 

MILLARD,  EDWARD  E.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  August  29,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  G,  6sth  Infantry, 
September  26,  1861 ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany A,  September  27,  1861;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
this  regiment,  October  29,  1861;  mus- 
tered out,  January  17,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  October  29, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  16,  1861, 
vice  John  Matthews,  resigned. 

MITCHELL,  HENRY  H.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C,  to  serve 
during  the  war,  and  appointed  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  July  i,  1861;  mustered  in 
as  such,  August  9,  1861;  resigned,  Au- 
gust 10,  1861;  not  commissioned. 

MURPHY,  MICHAEL  C,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  C,  May  7, 1861; 
resigned,  August  4,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  I7oth  Infantry;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original. 


NELSON,  JAMES,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  7, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
2,  1862,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

PITMAN,  CHARLES  S.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  dur- 
ing the  war,  and  appointed  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  August  i,  1861; 
Quartermaster,  October  17,  1861;  dis- 
missed, January  31,'  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster, 
December  2,  1861,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 17,  1861,  vice  A.  McC.  Stetson, 
promoted. 

POWERS,  HUGH  S.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May 
7,  1861;  transferred  to  Company  F,  No- 
vember i,  1861;  promoted  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  15,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  2,  1862,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  30,  1861,  vice  Jacob  Wil- 
sey,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  April  i, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  15,  1862, 
vice  A.  Megarey,  promoted. 

PURTELL,  ANDREW  D.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  K,  May  7,  1861; 
cashiered,  May  7,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original. 

REVERE,  JR.,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  27 
years;  enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
I,  May  7,  1861;  resigned,  June  i,  1861; 
subsequent  service  in  44th  Infantry; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  April  20,  1861, 
original. 

REYNOLDS,  CHRISTOPHER  H.,  age 
26  years;  enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mus- 
tered in  as  Sergeant,  Company  I,  May 
7,  1861;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  February  26,  1862;  mus- 


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tered  out  with  company,  June  2,  1862, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  27,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  27,  1862,  vice  J.  E. 
Marshall,  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  2d 
Artillery. 

SEIXAS,  ISAAC  G.,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  7, 
1861;  discharged,  July  9,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

SMITH,  JOHN  A.,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  H,  May  7,  1861;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  no  date;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  August  i,  1861; 
resigned,  October  n,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  47th  Infantry;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

STAFFORD,  SPENCER  H.,  late  Major, 
6th  Militia;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  this  regiment,  October  18,  1861 ; 
resigned,  March  5,  1862;  commissioned 
Colonel,  this  regiment,  October  18,  1861 ; 
with  rank  from  October  i,  1861,  vice  J. 
A.  Cregier,  resigned. 

STETSON,  ALEXANDER  McC,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mus- 
tered in  as  Quartermaster,  May  7,  1861; 
promoted  Major,  October  17,  1861;  re- 
signed, April  17,  1862;  enrolled  and  re- 
appointed  Major,  May  — ,  1862;  mus- 
tered out,  June  14,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  20, 
1861,  original;  Major,  December  5,  1861, 
with  rank  from  August  15,  1861,  vice  C. 
McK.  Leoser,  promoted ;  recommis- 
sioned  Major,  May  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  April  18,  1862,  vice  himself,  re- 
signed. 

STRYKER,  STEPHEN  W.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May 
7,  1861;  resigned,  July  29,  1861;  subse- 
quent service  in  44th  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

TAGEN,  MICHAEL  A.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York 


city  to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  G,  May  7,  1861; 
resigned,  August  i,  1861;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original. 
UNDERHILL,  ANDREW  MITCHELL, 
age  27  years;  enrolled  June  15,  1861,  at 
Alexandria,  Va.,  to  serve  during  the 
war;  mustered-  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  June  30,  1861 ;  captured  in 
action,  July  21,  1861,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.; 
paroled,  no  date;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany A,  April  21,  1862;  mustered  out, 
August  21,  1862,  at  Washington,  D.  C.; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  June  21,   1861,  vice 
F.   E.  Yates,  resigned. 

VERPLANCK.ABRAM  G.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  October  5,  1861,  at  Washing- 
ton, D.  C.,  to  serve  during  the  war; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,  October  13,  1861;  transferred 
to  Company  B,  no  date;  discharged, 
March  31,  1862,  by  promotion  to  First 
Lieutenant,  65th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  5,  1861, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  C.  Harris, 
resigned. 

WARD,  JAMES,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Corporal,  Company  D,  May  7,  1861; 
promoted  Sergeant,  no  date;  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  18,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  2,  1862,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, April  i,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  15,  1862,  vice  H.  Borman,  pro- 
moted. 

WATKINS,  WILLIAM  L.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  C,  7th  Militia, 
April  30,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city; 
again  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
during  the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  this  regiment, 
September  i,  1861;  resigned,  November 
27,  1861 ;  again  enrolled  May  25,  1862, 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
months;  mustered  in  as  Right  General 
Guide,  7th  Militia,  June  19,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  September  5, 

1862,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent  ser- 


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vice  in  I74th  Infantry;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

WAUGH,  JAMES  L.,  First  Lieutenant, 
66th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  this  regiment,  December 
26,  1861;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  2,  1862,  at  New  York  city;  not 
commissioned. 

WELLS,  AMOS  P.,  age  —  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  during  the 
war,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany C,  August  I,  1861;  discharged, 
April  20,  1862;  commissioned  Captain, 
December  2,  1861,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 4,  1861,  vice  M.  C.  Murphy,  re- 
signed. 

WESTERVELT,  AARON,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  dur- 
ing the  war,  and  appointed  Paymaster, 
April  20,  1861;  not  mustered,  and  out  of 
service,  May  7,  1861;  not  commissioned. 

WHELAN,  WILLIAM,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  May  7,  1861; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  September  i, 
1861;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F, 
February  28,  1862;  mustered  out  with 


company,  June  2,  1862,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
April  r,  1862,  with  rank  from  February 
15,  1862,  vice  H.  S.  Powers,  promoted. 

WILDEY,  JOHN,  age  36  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  I,  May  7,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, January  i,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original. 

WILSEY,  JACOB,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  7, 
1861;  resigned,  September  i,  1861;  sub- 
sequent service  in  I32d  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  April  20,  1861, 
original. 

YATES,  FRANK  E.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  during 
the  war,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  April  20,  1861;  re- 
signed, June  15,  1861;  subsequent  service 
in  73d  Infantry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1861,  original. 


ELEVENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 
Reorganizing;  J.  T.  Brady  Light  Infantry. 

Colonel  James  C.  Burke  received  authority,  May  18,  1863,  to  reorganize  the  original 
lith  Infantry,  as  a  three  years'  regiment.  June  27,  1863,  Col.  Henry  F.  O'Brian  succeeded 
Colonel  Burke.  In  the  draft  riots  in  New  York  city  in  July,  1863,  Colonel  O'Brian  was 
most  brutally  murdered  by  the  mob,  and  July  27,  1863,  Col.  Augustus  B.  Sage  was  appointed 
in  his  place.  The  efforts  to  recruit  the  regiment  met  with  no  success,  and  October  i, 
1863,  the  reorganization  was  discontinued  and  the  men,  then  enlisted,  transferred  to  the 
I7th  Veteran  Infantry. 

The  regiment  or  rather  parts  of  it  took  part  in  suppressing  the  draft  riot  in  New 
York  city,  July,  1863,  where  I  officer  was  killed. 

To  effect  the  reorganization  the  Governor  appointed  the  following,  but  did  not  com- 
mission them,  namely. 


Colonels. 

JAMES  C.  BURKE,  May  18,  1863;  out, 
June  27,  1863;  see  i64th  Infantry. 

HENRY  F.  O'BRIAN,  June  27,  1863; 
murdered,  July  — ,  1863,  at  New  York 
city. 

AUGUSTUS    B.     SAGE,    July    27,     1863; 


out,  October  i,  1863;  see  I7th  Veteran 

Infantry. 

Adjutants. 
R.    GEORGE    NEWELL,    May    19,    1863; 

out,  ;  see   i64th  Infantry. 

AUGUSTUS    B.    SAGE,    June    27,    1863; 

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JAMES  W.  JOHNSTON,  July  27,   1863; 
out,  October  i,  1863;  see  37th  Infantry. 

Quartermaster. 

GEORGE  W.  WARNER,  May  19,   1863; 
out,  October  I,  1863. 


Captain. 
AUGUSTUS  B.  SAGE,  July  13,  1863;  pro- 


moted Colonel. 


Surgeon. 

GEORGE   W.   JEWETT,   May  22,   1863; 
out  October  i,  1863. 


TWELFTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Onondaga  County  Regiment;  Independence  Guard;  the  Dozen. 

This  regiment,  Col.  Ezra  L.  Walrath,  was  organized  at  Elmira ;  accepted  by  the  State 
for  a  service  of  two  years  and  numbered  May  8,  1861 ;  mustered  in  the  service  of  the 
United  States,  at  Elmira,  for  three  months,  May  13,  1861.  At  the  request  of  the  general 
government,  it  was  ordered  by  the  Governor  of  the  State,  August  2,  1861,  to  be  mustered 
in  the  United  States  service  for  the  unexpired  period  of  its  term  of  State  service.  Febru- 
ary 3,  1862,  it  was  consolidated  into  five  companies,  A,  G,  H,  I  and  K;  Company  B  being 
merged  into  H;  C  into  K;  D  into  I  and  K;  E  into  A;  F  into  H.  The  nucleus  of  this 
regiment  was  of  members  of  the  sist  Regiment,  State  Militia,  and  the  companies  were 
recruited  principally:  A,  B,  C,  E,  H  and  I  at  Syracuse;  D  at  Homer;  F  at  Liverpool; 
G  at  Canastota;  and  K  at  Batavia.  The  regiment  left  the  State  May  29,  1861. 

Colonel  Henry  A.  Weeks  received,  on  the  return  of  the  I2th  Militia  from  its  three 
months'  service,  authority  to  reorganize  it  for  a  service  of  three  years.  While  the  regiment 
as  a  body  did  not  re-enter  the  service,  a  majority  of  the  officers  and  enlisted  men  of  the 
new  organization,  which  was  named  —  I2th  Militia  —  were  from  the  original  regiment. 
The  men  were  recruited  principally  in  New  York  city,  Patchogue  and  Buffalo,  and  mus- 
tered in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  years  in  October,  November  and 
December,  1861,  and  January,  1862.  In  January,  1862,  Company  A  was  transferred  to  the 
IO2d  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  and  the  seven  remaining  companies  of  the  regiment  consolidated 
into  five,  B,  C,  D,  E  and  F;  Company  G  being  merged  into  Company  B,  and  K  into  E. 
These  five  companies  left  the  State  February  5,  1862. 

February  8,  1862,  the  companies  of  the  I2th  Militia  joined  the  battalion  of  five  com- 
panies of  the  i2th  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  and  completed  the  regimental  reorganization  of  the 
latter,  all  the  companies  retaining  their  alphabetical  designation.  May  i,  1863,  the  two 
years'  men  were  returned  to  Elmira  and  there  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out 
May  17,  1863;  the  three  years'  men  were  consolidated  into  a  battalion  of  two  companies, 
D  and  F,  and  this  battalion,  commanded  by  Maj.  Henry  W.  Ryder,  was,  June  2,  1864, 
transferred  to  the  5th  Veteran  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  as  Companies  F  and  E,  respectively,  of 
the  latter. 

The  regiment  served  at  Washington,  D.  C,  from  May  31,  1861 ;  in  the  4th  Brigade, 
1st  Division,  Army  of  Northeastern  Virginia,  from  July,  1861 ;  in  Richardson's  Brigade, 
Division  Potomac,  from.  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Wadsworth's  Brigade,  McDowell's  Division, 
Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  Butterfield's  Brigade,  Porter's  Division, 
3d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March  13,  1862 ;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  ist  Division, 
5th  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  May,  1862;  the  battalion  as  Provost  Guard,  5th 
Corps,  from  May,  1863. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  3  officers,  44  enlisted 

men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  22  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes,  i  officer, 

67  enlisted  men;   total,  4  officers,   133   enlisted  men;   aggregate,    137;   of  whom  4  enlisted 

men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy ;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engagements,  etc. : 

118 


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PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

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-*->  C 
tn  <u 

^ 

w 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Blackburn's  Ford,  Va  

1861. 
July          1  8 

21 

Aug.         2  7 

7 

I  7 

7 

34 

Bull  Run   Va         

Upton's  Hill   Va  

i 

i 

Near  Big  Bethel   Va  

1862. 

Siege  of  Yorktown,  Va  

April  5- 
May  4 
April         1  1 
13 
May          27 
June  25- 
July  2 

Before  Yorktown  

i 
56 

62 

3 

2OI 

143 

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

]' 

6 

104 

So 

3 

I 

Gaines'  Mill     

9 

Malvern  Cliff  

3° 

July            i 
Aug.  27- 
Sept.  2 
Aug          30 

Malvern  Hill  

9 

3 

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

Bull  Run,  Va  

Antietam,  Md  

Sept.         17 

Near  Shepherdstown,  Va  

20 

Dec.   11—15 

I 

22 

Fredericksburg,  Va  

7 

Richards'  Ford   Va  

30-31 
1863. 
April        30 
May        1-3 
July        1-3 
Nov.  26- 
Dec.  2 
1864. 
May        5-7 
8-21 
32-26 
27-31 

Rappahannock  River,  Va  

Chancellorsville,  Va  

Gettysburg,  Pa  

Mine  Run  Campaign,  Va  

Wilderness   Va  

Spotsylvania  Court  House,  Va  

Totopotomoy,  Va  

Losses  at  other  minor  affairs  

3 

6 

Total  loss  

3 

44 

22 

12 

190 

4 

136 

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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 
EZRA   L.   WALRATH,   from   May   13   to 

September  25,   1861. 
HENRY    A.    WEEKS,    from    January    24, 

1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
JAMES   L.    GRAHAM,   from  May   13  to 

June  30,  1861. 
ROBERT  M.  RICHARDSON,  from  June 

19,  1861,  to  February  6,  1863. 
AUGUSTUS  I.  ROOT,  from  February  6 

to  May   17,   1863, 

Majors. 
JOHN  LOUIS,  from  May  13  to  October 

21,  1861. 

HENRY  A.  BARNUM,  from  October  25, 

1861,  to  September  16,  1862. 
AUGUSTUS   I.    ROOT,    from    September 

22,  1862,  to  February  6,  1863. 
HENRY    W.    RYDER,   from    May   26  to 

June  2,  1864. 


Adjutants. 
SILAS    TITUS,     from     May     13,    1861,    to 

August    22,     l862. 

STEPHEN    A.    ESTES,    from    September 

21,  1861,  to  February  3,  1862. 
GEORGE   F.   WATSON,    from    February 

4,   1862,  to  May  17,   1863. 

Quartermasters. 
EDMUND  B.  GRISWOLD,  from  May  13 

to  July   15,   1861. 
PORTER   R.   ALGER,  from   February  3, 

1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

Surgeons. 

ROGER  W.  PEASE,  from  May  13  to  Au- 
gust 27,  1861. 

AZARIAH  B.  SHIPMAN,  from  Septem- 
ber 13,  1861,  to  April  10,  1862. 

CHARLES  L.  HUBBELL,  from  April  12 
to  October  6,  1862. 

CHARLES  C.  MURPHY,  from  February 
12  to  June  30,  1863. 


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Assistant  Surgeons. 
GEORGE  B.  TODD,  from  May  13,  1861, 

to  October  6,  1862. 
GEORGE  V.  SKIFF,  from  September  23, 

1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 
JOHN  L.  EDDY,  from  December  22,  1862, 

to  June  30,  1863. 

Chaplains. 
CHESTER  S.   PERCIVAL,  from  May  13 

to   October   14,    1861. 
HENRY  B.  BARTOW,  from  October  29, 

1861,  to  April  20,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
MORRIS  H.  CHURCH,  from  May  13  to 

September  20,   1861. 
IRA  WOOD,  from  September  21,  1861,  to 

October  16,  1862. 
THOMAS  J.   BEHAN,  from   October  30, 

1862,  to  May  17,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
IRA  WOOD,  from  May   13  to  September 

21,  1861. 
PORTER  R.  ALGER,  from  September  21, 

1861,  to  February  3,  1862. 
THOMAS  J.  BEHAN,  from  February  3  to 

October  30,    1862. 
COURTLAND  CLARK,  from  October  16, 

1862,  to   May   17,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES     BERTRAND     RANDALL, 

from  May  13  to  September  3,  1861. 
ULYSSES  D.  EDDY,  from  October  u  to 

March   17,   1862. 
ABRAHAM         FREDENDALL,        from 

March  17  to   October  n,   1862. 
ABRAM     FAIRNIE,    from     October     13, 

1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
JACOB  BRAND,  from  May  13  to  October 

25,   1861. 

WILLIAM     HUSON,    from    January    31, 
1862,  to  June  30,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
PETER  STRAUSS,  from -May  13,  1861,  to 

February  3,    1862. 
JAMES  A.  BOYLE,  from  January  31,  1862, 

to  June  30,   1863. 


Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  P.  SPANIER,  from  May  13  to  De- 
cember 27,  1861. 

CHARLES  E.  GOOLD,  from  January  31 
to  October  n,  1862. 

JOHN  M.  SCANNEL,  from  October  13, 
1862,  to  April  ii,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 

Captains: 

DENNIS  DRISCOLL,  JR.,  from  May  13, 

1861,  to  February  3,  1862. 
WILLIAM    FOWLER,    from   January   — , 

1862,  to  June  24,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JAMES  RANDALL,   from   May   13,   1861, 

to    February   3,    1862. 
RICHARD  J.  CLARKE,  from  January  8, 

1862,  to  June  30,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  P.  STANTON,  from  May  13,  1861, 
to  February  3,  1862. 

ELLIS  SMITH,  from  January  9  to  Novem- 
ber 4,  1862. 

CHRISTOPHER  EDIE,  from  November 
5,  1862,  to  June  30,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 

GEORGE  WHITFIELD  STONE,  from 
May  13,  1861,  to  July  9,  1861. 

WILLIAM  H.  HOAGLAND,  from  Janu- 
ary 20  to  December  13,  1862. 

JAMES  A.  BATES,  from  December  14, 
1862,  to  April  21,  1864. 

PAUL  A.  OLIVER,  from  April  22  to  June 
2,  1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
LUCIUS     CARROLL     STORRS,     from 

May  13  to  October  23,  1861. 
HENRY    C.    BURTON,   from   January  25 

to  June  27,  1862. 
WILLIAM  P.  WALTON,  from  June  27  to 

September  26,  1862. 
JOSEPH    HILTON,    from    December    18, 

1862,  to  June  2,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants : 

GEORGE  SNYDER,  from  May  13  to  Oc- 
tober 23,  1861. 

WILLIAM  P.  WALTON,  from  January 
20  to  June  27,  1862. 


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WILLIAM  S.  WOODS,  from  June  27, 
1862,  to  January  i,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
JABEZ  MOSHER  BROWER,  from  May 

13,   1861,  to   February  3,   1862. 
HENRY   W.    RYDER,   from   January   29, 
1862,  to  May  26,   1864. 

First  Lieutenants: 
FREDERICK  HORNER,  from  May  13  to 

August  2,  1861. 
SAMUEL  J.  ABBOTT,  from  August  3  to 

September  19,  1861. 
THOMAS    J.    BEHAN,    from    September 

21,  1861,  to  February  3,  1862. 
WILLIAM  F.  GARDNER,  from  January 

30  to  May  17,  1862. 
PAUL  A.   OLIVER,  from   May   17,   1862, 

to  April  22,  1864. 
WILLIAM  S.  WOODS,  from  January  i  to 

June  2,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
SAMUEL  J.   ABBOTT,  from  May   13  to 

August  3,  1861. 
THOMAS  J.  BEHAN,  from  August  3  to 

September  21,  1861. 
FRANK  W.  CLOCK,  from  September  21, 

1861,  to   February  3,   1862. 

PAUL  A.  OLIVER,  from  January  29  to 
May  17,  -1862. 

EDWARD  M.  FISHER,  from  May  17  to 
June  27,  1862. 

JOSEPH  HILTON,  from  June  29  to  De- 
cember 18,  1862. 

GUSTAVUS  WEBBER,  from  December 
18,  1862,  to  January  28,  1863. 

JOHN    L.    MEASE,    from    December    14, 

1862,  to  November  20,  1863. 
WILLIAM    THOMPSON,    from   January 

17  to  June  2,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

MILO  W.  LOCKE,  from  May  13  to  No- 
vember 14,  1861. 

JAMES  CROMIE,  from  January  — ,  1862, 
to  April  7,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  GLEASON,  from  May  i,  1861, 
to  February  3,  1862. 


JAMES    A.    BATES,    from   January   —   to 

December  14,  1862. 
HENRY    A.    DOWNING,    from    December 

14,  1862,  to  February  n,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
STEPHEN    D.    CLARK,    from    May    13, 

1861,  to  February  3,  1862. 

HENRY  A.  DOWNING,  from  January  16 

to  December  14,  1862. 
JOHN     CORNEY,     from    January    28    to 

June   30,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

JOSEPH  C.  IRISH,  from  May  13  to  Sep- 
tember 3,  1861. 

CHARLES  BERTRAND  RANDALL, 
from  September  3,  1861,  to  September  22, 
1862. 

STEPHEN  A.  ESTES,  from  September 
22,  1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  H.  JOHNSON,  from  May  13  to 
October  10,  1861. 

STEPHEN  A.  ESTES,  from  February  3 
to  September  22,  1862. 

OLIVER  TIBBITTS  MAY,  from  Septem- 
ber 22,  1862,  to  March  24,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ERSKINE  P.  WOODFORD,  from  May 
13  to  December  i,  1861. 

FRANK  W.  CLOCK,  from  February  3  to 
April  19,  1862. 

OLIVER  TIBBITTS  MAY,  from  April  20 
to  September  22,  1862. 

FREDERICK  O.  WATERS,  from  Sep- 
tember 22,  1862,  to  May  17,  1863, 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
GEORGE    W.    COLE,    from    May    13    to 

September  20,  1861. 
GEORGE  TRUESDELL,  from  September 

21,  1861,  to  December  2,  1862. 
PETER    STRAUSS,    from    December    2, 

1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE  TRUESDELL,  from  May  13  to 

September  21,  1861. 
THOMAS     GAFFNEY,     from     September 

21,   1861,  to  February  3,   1862. 


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1877 


PETER    STRAUSS,    from    February   3    to 

December  2,  1862. 
JOHN  P.  STANTON,  from  December  3, 

1862,  to  April  15,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
ALBERT  M.   WIBORN,   from  May   13   to 

October    19,   1861. 
CHARLES    S.    COON,   from   October   20, 

1861,  to  February  3,  1862. 

JOHN  P.  STANTON,  from  February  3  to 

December  3,   1862. 
GEORGE  F.  BOITEU,  from  December  3, 

1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
HENRY  A.   BARNUM,  from  May   13  to 

October  25,   1861. 
HAMILTON   R.   COMBE,  from  October 

22,  1861,  to  October  27,  1862. 
EDWARD    DRAKE,    from    October    28, 
1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
HAMILTON   R.    COMBE,   from  May   13 

to  October  22,  1861. 
EDWARD     DRAKE,    from    October    22, 

1861,  to  October  28,  1862. 
MICHAEL  AUER,  from  October  27,  1862, 

to  May  17,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

EDWARD  DRAKE,  from  May  13  to  Oc- 
tober 22,  1861. 

ANDREW  V.  URMY,  from  October  22, 
1861,  to  February  22,  1862. 

MICHAEL  AUER,  from  February  22  to 
October  27,  1862. 

DEXTER  SMITH,  from  October  22,  1862, 
to  May  17,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 

AUGUSTUS  I.  ROOT,  from  May  13,  1861, 

to  September  22,   1862. 
CHARLES       BERTRAND       RANDALL, 

from  September  22,  1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM    P.    TOWN,   from    May    13   to 

August  6,  1861.  •'*=•' 

WILLIAM    G.   TRACY,   from   September 

18,   1861,  to   February   3,    1862. 


THOMAS   GAFFNEY,   from   February   3 

to  October  22,  1862. 
SAMUEL     DEXTER     LUDDEN,     from 

October  22,  1862,  to  May  17,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

LUCIUS  SMITH,  from  May  13  to  Sep- 
tember 3,  1861. 

SAMUEL  DEXTER  LUDDEN,  from 
September  4,  1861,  to  October  22,  1862. 

JOHN  B.  FOOTE,  from  October  22,  1862, 
to  May  17,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

SNYDER,  GEORGE  W.,  as  Colonel. 

WILLIS,   BENJAMIN  A.,  as  Colonel. 

OLMSTED,  WILLIAM  A.,  as  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel. 

HILTON,  JOSEPH,  as  Captain. 

ELLIS,  ROBERT  J.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  (SO-CALLED)  I2TH  MILITIA 

WHO     WERE     NOT     TRANSFERRED     TO     THE 

I2TH    INFANTRY    (VOLUNTEERS)    AT   THE 

TIME  OF  CONSOLIDATION. 
BERKY,  REESE  B.,  Surgeon. 
BURNS,  WILLIAM  L.,  First  Lieutenant. 
CARTWRIGHT,     GEORGE     W.,     First 

Lieutenant. 
OAKLEY,  JAMES   M,   First  Lieutenant. 

MEDALS  OF  HONOR  AWARDED  BY  THE 
PRESIDENT  TO 

CROSS,  JAMES  E.,  Corporal,  Company 
E,  for  most  distinguished  gallantry  in 
action  at  Blackburn's  Ford,  Va.,  July 
18,  1861. 

RAND,  CHARLES  F.,  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany K,  for  great  gallantry  in  action  at 
Blackburn's  Ford,  Va.,  July  18,  1861. 

BREVET  COMMISSIONS  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR 
TO  ENLISTED  MEN  AS  FOLLOWS: 

BARNES,  GEORGE,  Private,  Company 
H,  Captain. 

COUCH,  JOHN  M.,  Private,  Company  I, 
First  Lieutenant. 

CROSS,  JAMES  E.,  Corporal,  Company 
E,  Second  Lieutenant. 

HOWLAND,  HIRAM  G.,  Corporal,  Com- 
pany A,  First  Lieutenant. 


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Record  of  the  Officers. 

ABBOTT,  SAMUEL  J.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled in  April,  1861,  at  Salina  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  13,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  August  3,  1861;  re- 
signed, September  19,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  August  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  3,  1861,  vice  Horner,  re- 
signed. 

ALGER,  PORTER  R.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  May  13,  1861;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  September  21,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Quartermaster,  February 
3,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
17,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  Major,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  October  29,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  21,  1861,  vice  Wood,  pro- 
moted; Quartermaster,  February  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from  February  3,  1862,  vice 
Griswold,  resigned. 

AUER,  MICHAEL,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
April  24,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  May  13,  1861;  transferred  to 
Company  H,  February  3,  1862;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  February 
22,  1862;  First  Lieutenant,  October  27, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
17,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent 
service  in  *5th  Cavalry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  22,  1862,  vice  Urmy, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  December  2, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  27,  1862, 
vice  Drake,  promoted. 

BARNUM,  HENRY  A.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled April  29,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  May  13,  1861;  as  Major,  October 
25,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  July  I,  1862, 
at  Malvern  Hill,  Va. ;  promoted  Colonel, 
I49th  Infantry,  September  16,  1862;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original;  Major,  Octo- 
ber 29,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  22, 
1861,  vice  John  Louis,  deceased. 

BARTOW,  HENRY  B.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled and  appointed  Chaplain,  October 
29,  1861;  resigned,  April  20,  1862;  com- 


missioned Chaplain,  October  29,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  21,  1861,  vice 
Percival,  resigned. 

BATES,  JAMES  A.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  months;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  F,  I2th  Militia,  May  2, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  Au- 
gust 5,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again 
enrolled  September  8,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  so-called 
I2th  Militia,  December  10,  1861 ;  consoli- 
dated with  this  regiment,  January  , 

1862;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
D,  December  14,  1862;  discharged,  April 
21,  1864;  subsequent  service  in  Veteran 
Reserve  Corps;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  27,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  3,  1862,  original;  Captain,  De- 
cember 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 14,  1862,  vice  Hoagland,  killed  in 
action. 

BEHAN,  THOMAS  J.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  May  13,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  August  3, 
1861;  First  Lieutenant,  September  21, 
1861;  transferred  to  Company  A,  Febru- 
ary 3,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  August 
30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  October  30,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  17,  1863,  at  El- 
mira, N.  Y.;  see  isth  Cavalry;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  August  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  August  3,  1861, 
vice  Abbott,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, October  29^  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  21,  1861,  vice  Abbott,  re- 
signed; Captain,  October  29,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  16,  1862,  vice  Wood, 
resigned. 

BERKY,  REESE  B.,  Surgeon,  so-called 
I2th  Militia,  no  date;  out  by  reason  of, 
or  prior  to,  consolidation  with  I2th  In- 
fantry; subsequent  service  in  4th  Ar- 
tillery. 

BOITEU,  GEORGE  F.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  May  13,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  October  26,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  H,  February  3, 
1862;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 


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cember  3,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  17,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  December  3, 
1862,  vice  Stanton,  promoted. 

BOYLE,  JAMES  A.,  late  Captain,  I2th 
Militia;  service,  1861;  enrolled  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  so-called  I2th  Militia, 
October  2,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  out,  by  consolidation, 
January  24,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  this  regiment, 
January  31,  1862;  mustered  out,  June  30, 
1863;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
February  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 3,  1862,  original. 

BRAND,  JACOB,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
April  24,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
B,  May  13,  1861;  resigned,  October  25, 
1861;  subsequent  service  in  I22d  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

BROWER,  JABEZ  MOSHER,  age  37 
years;  enrolled  April,  1861,  at  Syracuse 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  E,  May  13,  1861;  re- 
signed, February  3,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  I22d  Infantry;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1861,  original. 

BURNS,  WILLIAM  L.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  months;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  G,  i2th  Militia,  May 
2,  1861;  transferred  to  Company  K,  May 
26,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  no  date; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  5, 

1861,  at    New    York    city;    accepted    as 
First  Lieutenant,  so-called  I2th  Militia, 
October  2,  1861;  discharged,  January  24, 

1862,  by     consolidation     with     I2th     In- 
fantry;    subsequent     service     in     I2th 
Militia. 

BURTON,  HENRY  C,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled November  30,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  in  so-called  I2th  Militia  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  this  regiment,  Jan- 
uary 25,  1862;  killed  in  action,  June  27, 
1862,  at  Games'  Mill,  Va.;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from  February  3,  1862,  orig- 
inal. 


CARTWRIGHT,  GEORGE  W.,  age  32 
years;  enrolled  April  19,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  months;  mus- 
tered in  as  Sergeant,  Company  H,  I2th 
Militia,  May  2,  1861;  mustered  out  with 
company,  August  5,  1862,  at  New  York 
city;  again  enrolled  October  2,  1861,  at 
New  York  city  as  Private,  Company  F, 
so-called  I2th  Militia,  to  serve  three 
years;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Oc- 
tober 3,  1861;  resigned,  November  5, 
1861;  not  commissioned. 

CHURCH,  MORRIS  H.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  May  13,  1861;  discharged 
for  disability,  September  20,  1861;  sub- 
sequent service  in  I22d  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

CLARK,  COURTLAND,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  May  13,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  September  21, 
1861;  transferred  to  Company  A,  Feb- 
ruary 3,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  16,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  17,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  isth  Cav- 
alry; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
October  29,  1862,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 16,  1862,  vice  Behan,  promoted. 

CLARK,  STEPHEN  D.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  20,  1861,  at  Liverpool  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  13,  1861; 
discharged,  February  3,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

CLARKE,  RICHARD  J.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  19,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  months;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  D,  I2th  Militia, 
May  2,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, August  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city; 
again  enrolled,  November  i,  1861,  at 
New  York  city  in  so-called  I2th  Militia 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  this  regi- 
ment, January  8,  1862;  mustered  out, 
June  30,  1863;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  27,  1862,  with  rank 
from  February  3,  1862,  original. 


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CLOCK,  FRANK  W.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  E,  May  13,  1861;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  21,  1861; 
transferred  to  Company  G,  February  3, 
1862;  resigned,  April  19,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  October  29, 
1861,  with  rank  from  September  21,1861, 
vice  Behan,  promoted. 

COLE,  GEORGE  W.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  May  13,  1861;  trans- 
ferred to  3d  Cavalry,  September  20, 
1861;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

COMBE,  HAMILTON  R.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Homer  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  13,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  October  22,  1861; 
captured  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at 
Meadow  Bridge,  Va.;  paroled  at  Aiken's 
Landing,  Va.,  August  12,  1862;  resigned, 
October  27,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Novem- 
ber ii,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  22, 
1861,  vice  Barnum,  promoted. 

COON,  CHARLES  S.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  H,  May  13,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  October  20, 
1861;  discharged,  February  3,  1862;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  October 
29,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  20, 
1861,  vice  Wiborn,  resigned. 

CORNEY,  JOHN,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  in  so-called  i2th  Mili- 
tia to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  F,  Octo- 
ber i,  1861;  transferred  to  this  regiment, 
by  consolidation,  in  January,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
28,  1863;  mustered  out,  June  30,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary n,  1863,  with  rank  from  January 
28,  1863,  vice  Webber,  resigned. 

CROMIE,  JAMES,  late  Captain,  I2th  Mili- 
tia; service,  1861 ;  enrolled  October  i, 
1861,  at  New  York  city  in  so-called  I2th 
Militia  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 


in  as  Captain,  Company  F,  December 
9,  1861;  transferred  to  this  regiment  by 
consolidation  in  January,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at  Gaines 
Mill,  Va.;  discharged  for  disability, 
April  7,  1863;  subsequent  service  in  Vet- 
eran Reserve  Corps;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, February  27,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  3,  1862,  original. 

DOWNING,  HENRY  A.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  November  20,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  in  so-called  I2th  Militia  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  this  regi- 
ment, January  16,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  14,  1862;  resigned, 
February  11,  1863;  subsequent  service 
in  U.  S.  Colored  Troops;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from  February  3,  1862,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  December  24, 
1862,  with  rank  from  December  14,  1862, 
vice  Bates,  promoted. 

DRAKE,  EDWARD,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  13,  1861; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  October  22, 
1861;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  October 
28,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  17,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  Major, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  November  11,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  22,  1861,  vice 
Combe,  promoted;  Captain,  December 
2,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  27, 
1862,  vice  Combe,  resigned. 

DRISCOLL,  JR.,  DENNIS,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  April  29,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  May  13,  1861;  dis- 
charged, February  3,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

EDDY,  JOHN  L.,  age  33  years;  enrolled 
at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  December  22,  1862;  dismissed, 
January  5,1863;  dismissal  revoked;  mus- 
tered out,  June  30,  1863,  at  Aldie,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  No- 
vember 3,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  Todd,  resigned. 


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EDDY,  ULYSSES  D.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled September  3,  1861,  at  Upton's 
Hill,  Va.,  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany A,  October  n,  1861;  mustered  out, 
March  17,  1862,  at  Washington,  D.  C, 
for  promotion  to  First  Lieutenant,  4th 
Artillery;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, September  25,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  20,  1861,  vice  Randall, 
promoted. 

EDIE,  CHRISTOPHER,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  in  so-called 
I2th  Militia  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  December  5,  1861;  transferred 
to  this  regiment  by  consolidation  in 
January,  1862';  wounded  in  action,  June 
27,  1862;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
November  5,  1862;  mustered  out,  June 
30,  1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  24,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  5,  1862,  vice  Smith,  resigned. 

ELLIS,  ROBERT  J.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  months;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  G,  I2th  Militia,  May 
2,  1861;  mustered  out  with  company, 
August  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  in  so-called 
I2th  Militia  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  B, 
October  i,  1861;  transferred  to  this 
regiment  by  consolidation  in  January, 
1862;  promoted  Corporal,  August  28,  1862; 
First  Sergeant,  October  13,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  D,  June  23,  1863; 
discharged,  June  30,  1863;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, June  n,  1863,  with  rank  from  April 
II,  1863,  vice  Scannel,  resigned. 

ESTES,  STEPHEN  A.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  May  13,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  June  15,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant,  September  21,  1861;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  G,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, February  3,  1862';  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, June  27,  1862,  at  Chickahominy, 
Va.;  promoted  Captain,  September  22, 
1862;  mustered  out,  May  17,  1863;  Ma- 
jor, N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  October  29, 


1861,    with    rank    from    September    21, 

1861,  vice   Johnson,    resigned;    Captain, 
October  29,   1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 22,  1862,  vice  Root,  promoted. 

FAIRNIE,  ABRAM,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  May  13,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  13,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  17, 
1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  29,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  13,  1862,  vice 
Fredenhall,  resigned. 

FISHER,  EDWARD  M.,  late  Second 
Lieutenant,  I2th  Militia;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
E,  this  regiment,  February  4,  1862; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  no  date;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  17, 
1862;  killed  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at 
Games'  Mill,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  30,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  17,  1862,  vice  Oliver,  pro- 
moted. 

FOOTE,  JOHN  B.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Batavia  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  K,  May  13,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  September  3,  1861;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  October  22,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  17,  1863, 
at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  see  I49th  Infantry  and 
I5th  Cavalry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  22,  1862,  vice  Lud- 
den,  promoted. 

FOWLER,  WILLIAM,  late  Captain,  i2th 
Militia;  service,  1861;  enrolled  October 
i,  1861,  at  New  York  city  in  so-called 
I2th  Militia  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  Company  C,  No- 
vember i,  1861;  transferred  to  this  regi- 
ment by  consolidation  in  January,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  mustered  out,  June  24, 
1863;  commissioned  Captain,  February 
27,  1862,  with  rank  from  February  3, 

1862,  original. 

FREDENDALL,  ABRAHAM,  age  36 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Syra- 
cuse to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  May  13,  1861; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  September  21, 


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1861;  Second  Lieutenant,  March  17, 
1862;  resigned,  October  u,  1862;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  May  13, 
1862,  with  rank  from  March  17,  1862, 
vice  Ulysses  D.  Eddy,  resigned. 

GAFFNEY,  THOMAS,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  Upton's  Hill,  Va.,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  H,  September  21,  1861; 
transferred  to  Company  K,  February  3, 
1862;  resigned,  October  22,  1862;  subse- 
quent service  in  J4Qth  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  October  29,  1861, 
with  rank  from  September  21,  1861,  vice 
Truesdell,  promoted. 

GARDNER,  WILLIAM  F.,  late  First 
Lieutenant,  I2th  Militia;  service.  1861; 
enrolled  October  18,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  in  the  so-called  I2th  Militia  to  serve 
three  years;  appointed  Captain,  Company 
K,  October  18,  1861 ;  out  as  such  by  con- 
solidation, and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  this  regiment,  Janu- 
ary 30,  1862;  resigned,  May  17,  1862; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  February 
27,  1862,  with  rank  from  February  3, 
1862,  original. 

GLEASON,  WILLIAM,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  Liverpool  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  I,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, February  3,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  i4Qth  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

GOOLD,  CHARLES  E.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled October  18,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  as  Private,  Company  K,  so-called 
I2th  Militia,  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
B,  this  regiment,  January  31,  1862;  re- 
signed, October  n,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from  February  3,  1862,  orig- 
inal. 

GRAHAM,  JAMES  L.,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled at  Elmira  to  serve  three  months, 
and  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
May  13,  1861;  discharged,  to  date  June 
30,  1861;  subsequent  service  in  I2th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Lieutenant-Colo- 
nel, June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
7,  1861,  original. 

GRISWOLD,  EDMUND  B.,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  at  Elmira  to  serve  three  months, 


and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  May  13,  1861;  resigned, 
July  15,  1861;  commissioned  Quarter- 
master, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
.  May  13,  1861,  original. 

HILTON,  JOSEPH,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled December  16,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  in  so-called  I2th  Militia  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  December  17,  1861;  transferred 
by  consolidation  to  this  regiment  in  Jan- 
uary, 1862;  promoted  Quartermaster-Ser- 
geant, no  date;  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  June  29,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  December 
18,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  E,  5th 
Veteran  Infantry,  June  2,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  October  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  June  29,  1862,  vice 
E.  M.  Fisher,  killed  in  action;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  24,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  18,  1862,  vice  Walton, 
discharged;  Captain,  not  mustered,  June 
10,  1864,  with  rank  from  April  11,  1864, 
vice  Bates,  discharged. 

HOAGLAND,  WILLIAM  H.,  late  Second 
Lieutenant,  I2th  Militia;  service,  1861; 
enrolled  November  19,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  in  so-called  I2th  Militia  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  this  regiment,  January  20, 
1862;  killed  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Captain,  February  27,  1862,  with  rank 
from  February  3,  1862,  original. 

HORNER,  FREDERICK,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  in  April,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  13,  1861; 
resigned,  August  2,  1861;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

HUBBELL,  CHARLES  L.,  late  Surgeon, 
7th  Cavalry;  enrolled  April  2,  1862,  at 
Albany;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  this 
regiment,  April  12,  1862;  resigned,  Octo- 
ber 6,  1862;  commissioned  Surgeon,  April 
10,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  2,  1862, 
vice  Shipman,  resigned. 

HUSON,  WILLIAM,  late  Captain,  i2th 
Militia;  service,  1861;  enrolled  November 
22,  1861,  at  New  York  city  in  so- 
called  I2th  Militia  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  B,  this 
regiment,  January  31,  1862;  mustered  out, 


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June  30,  1863;  commissioned  Captain, 
February  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 3,  1862,  original. 

IRISH,  JOSEPH  C,  age  47  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Canastota  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  G,  May  13,  1861;  resigned,  Sep- 
tember 3,  1861 ;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861, 
original. 

JOHNSON,  JOHN  H.,  age  43  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Canastota  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  13,  1861; 
resigned,  October  10,  1861;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

LOCKE,  MILO  W.,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
April  24,  1861,  at  Liverpool  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
F,  May  13,  1861;  resigned,  November  14, 
1861;  subsequent  service  in  i6th  Battery; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

LOUIS,  JOHN,  age  43  years;  enrolled  at 
Elmira  to  serve  two  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  Major,  May  13,  1861;  accidentally 
killed  by  a  fall  from  his  horse,  October 
21,  1861,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Major,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

LUDDEN,  SAMUEL  DEXTER,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Batavia 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  K,  May  13,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  4,  1861 ; 
captured  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Manassas,  Va. ;  paroled  at  Aiken's  Land- 
ing, Va.,  September  13,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  October  22,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  17, 
1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  8th  Artillery;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  September  25,  1861,  with 
rank  from  September  3,  1861,  vice  Lu- 
cius Smith,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant, 
November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 22,  1862,  vice  Gaffney,  resigned. 

MAY,  OLIVER  TIBBITTS,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Canastota  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  May  13,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  November  6,  1861 ;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  April  20,  1862;  First 


Lieutenant,  September  22,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  I49th  Infantry,  March  24,  1863, 
for  promotion  to  Captain;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with 
rank  from  March  20,  1862,  vice  Clock, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  October  29, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  22,  1862, 
vice  Estes,  promoted. 

MEASE,  JOHN  L.,  age  40  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  in  so-called  i2th 
Militia  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  B,  October 
i,  1861;  transferred  by  consolidation  to 
this  regiment  in  January,  1862;  promoted 
Sergeant-Major,  October  14,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
E,  December  14,  1862;  dismissed,  Novem- 
ber 20,  1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  29,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  14,  1862,  vice  Downing, 
promoted. 

MURPHY,  CHARLES  C,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  i6th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Surgeon,  this  regiment,  February  12,  1863; 
mustered  out,  June  30,  1863,  at  Aldie, 
Va. ;  commissioned  Surgeon,  January  21, 

1863,  with  rank  from  December  31,  1862, 
vice  Hubbell,  resigned. 

OAKLEY,  JAMES  M.,  First  Lieutenant, 
so-called  I2th  Militia;  accepted,  Novem- 
ber 19,  1861 ;  discharged,  January  24,  1862, 
by  consolidation  with  I2th  Infantry;  not 
commissioned. 

OLIVER,  PAUL  A.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled October  29,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
in  so-called  I2th  Militia  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  this  regiment,  January  29, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  May  17,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at 
Games'  Mill,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  April  22,  1864;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  E,  5th  Veteran 
Infantry,  June  2,  1864;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  27,  1862, 
with  rank  from  February  3,  1862,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  May  30,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  17,  1862,  vice  Gardner, 
resigned;  Captain,  April  13,  1864,  with 
rank  from  January  I,  1864,  vice  Ryder, 
promoted. 

OLMSTED,  WILLIAM  ADAMS,  late 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  2d  Infantry;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, this  regiment,  January  27,  1864,  with 


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rank  from  January  26,  1864,  vice  ; 

see  5gth  Infantry. 

PEASE,  ROGER  W.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled at  Elmira  to  serve  three  months, 
and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  May  13, 
1861;  resigned,  August  27,  1861;  subse- 
quent service  in  loth  Cavalry;  commis- 
sioned Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

PERCIVAL,  CHESTER  S.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  May  13, 
1861;  resigned,  October  14,  1861;  com- 
missioned Chaplain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  ,  original. 

RANDALL,  CHARLES  BERTRAND, 
age  29  years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at 
Syracuse  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
May  13,  1861;  promoted  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  September  3,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  K,  September  22,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  17,  1863, 
at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in 
I49th  Infantry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  — ,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Septem- 
ber 25,  1861,  with  rank  from  September 
3,  1861,  vice  Irish,  resigned. 

RANDALL,  JAMES,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled April  29,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  May  13,  1861;  dis- 
charged, February  3,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

RICHARDSON,  ROBERT  M.,  age  43 
years;  enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to 
•serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  19,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, February  6,  1863;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I5th  Cavalry;  commissioned  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, June  29,  1861,  with  rank 
from  June  19,  1861,  vice  Graham,  re- 
signed. 

ROOT,  AUGUSTUS  I.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Batavia  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  May  13,  1861;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
mustered  in  as  Major,  September  22, 
1862;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  February  6, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
17,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent 
service  in  I5th  Cavalry;  commissioned 


Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1861,  original;  Major,  September 
22,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice 
Barnum,  promoted;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
February  14,  1863,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 6,  1863,  vice  Richardson,  resigned. 

RYDER,  HENRY  W.,  late  Captain,  i2th 
Militia;  service,  1861 ;  enrolled  October 
29,  1861,  at  New  York  city  in  so-called 
I2th  Militia  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  Company  E,  this 
regiment,  January  29,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.; 
mustered  in  as  Major,  May  26,  1864; 
transferred  to  5th  Veteran  Infantry,  June 
2,  1864;  commissioned  Captain,  February 
27,  1862,  with  rank  from  February  3,  1862, 
original;  Major,  February  17,  1864,  with 
rank  from  January  i,  1864,  vice  Root, 
promoted. 

SCANNEL,  JOHN  M.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled November  18,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  in  so-called  I2th  Militia  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  November  28,  1861; 
consolidated  with  this  regiment,  January, 
1862;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Oc- 
tober 13,  1862;  resigned,  April  n,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 29,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  13, 
1862,  vice  Goold,  resigned. 

SHIPMAN,  AZARIAH  B.,  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, I7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, this  regiment,  September  13,  1861 ; 
discharged  by  appointment  as  Surgeon, 
U.  S.  Volunteers,  April  10,  1862;  com- 
missioned Surgeon,  September  14,  1861, 
with  rank  from  September  13,  1861,  vice 
Pease,  resigned. 

SKIFF,  GEORGE  V.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
September  23,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  May  17,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
subsequent  service  in  15th  Cavalry;  see 
4th  Artillery;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  September  22,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  22,  1862,  original. 

SMITH,  DEXTER,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
April  29,  1861,  at  Pompey  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany I,  May  13,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant, 
no  date;  Second  Lieutenant,  October  22, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
17,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 


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Second  Lieutenant,  December  2,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  27,  1862,  vice 
Michael  Auer,  promoted. 

SMITH,  ELLIS,  age  37  years;  enrolled 
October  18,  1861,  at  Patchogue  in  so- 
called  I2th  Militia  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  this  regiment,  January  9,  1862; 
resigned,  November  4,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  27, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  3,  1862, 
original. 

SMITH,  LUCIUS,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
April  24,  1861,  at  Batavia  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  K,  May  13,  1861;  resigned, 
September  3,  1861;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  I,  1861,  original. 

SNYDER,  GEORGE,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Homer  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  13,  1861;  re- 
signed, October  23,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

SNYDER,  GEORGE  W.,  First  Lieuten- 
ant, U.  S.  Engineers;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  declined,  Colonel,  October  i, 
1861,  with  rank  from  September  25,  1861, 
vice  Walrath,  resigned. 

SPANIER,  JOHN  P.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  May  13,  1861;  re- 
signed, December  27,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

STANTON,  JOHN  P.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  29,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  May  13,  1861;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  H,  February  3,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va. ;  promoted  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  3,  1862;  resigned,  April 
15,  1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I, 

1861,  original;   First  Lieutenant,   Decem- 
ber 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  December  3, 

1862,  vice  Strauss,  promoted. 
STONE,    GEORGE    WHITFIELD,    age 

21  years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at 
Homer  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  D,  May  13,  1861; 


resigned,  July  9,  1861;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I, 
1861,  original. 

STORRS,  LUCIUS  CARROLL,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Homer 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  13,  1861 ; 
resigned,  October  23,  1861;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

STRAUSS,  PETER,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
April  24,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  May  13,  1861;  transferred  to 
Company  H,  February  3,  1862;  promoted 
Captain,  December  2,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  17,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  December  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  3,  1862,  vice 
Truesdell,  resigned. 

THOMPSON,  WILLIAM,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  in  so-called 
I2th  Militia  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Sergeant,  Company  E,  Octo- 
ber 28,  1861;  consolidated  with  this  regi- 
ment in  January,  1862;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  May  i,  1863;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  17,  1864; 
transferred  to  Company  E,  5th  Veteran 
Infantry,  June  2,  1864;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  24,  1863,  with 
rank  from  November  20,  1863,  vice  Mease, 
dismissed. 

TITUS,  SILAS,  age  48  years;  enrolled  at 
Elmira  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adju- 
tant, May  13,  1861;  discharged,  August 
22,  1862,  to  accept  promotion  as  Col- 
onel, I22d  Infantry;  commissioned  Ad- 
jutant, November  23,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

TODD,  GEORGE  B.,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  May 
13,  1861;  resigned,  October  6,  1862;  sub- 
sequent service  in  U.  S.  Volunteer  Navy; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Oc- 
tober 17,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7, 
1861,  original. 

TOWN,  WILLIAM  P.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Elba  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  May  13,  1861;  re- 


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signed,  August  6,  1861;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

TRACY,  WILLIAM  G.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Albany  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  D,  3d  Infantry, 
May  14,  1861;  discharged  for  promotion, 
August  14,  1861;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  this  regiment, 
September  18,  1861;  mustered  out,  Feb- 
ruary 3,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
I22d  Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  6,  1861,  vice  W.  P.  Town,  re- 
signed. 

TRUESDELL,  GEORGE,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Fairmount  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  13, 
1861;  promoted  Captain,  September  21, 
1861;  wounded  and  captured  in  action, 
June  27,  1862,  at  Gaines  Mill,  Va.;  pa- 
roled at  Haxall's  Landing,  Va.,  July  17, 
1862;  resigned,  December  2,  1862;  sub- 
sequent service  in  U.  S.  Volunteers; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Captain,  October  29,  1861,  with 
rank  from  September  21,  1861,  vice 
George  W.  Cole,  transferred. 

URMY,  ANDREW  V.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  29,  1861,  at  Woodstock  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  I,  May  13,  1861; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  October 
22,  1861 ;  resigned,  February  22,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember ii,  1861,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 22,  1861,  vice  Drake,  promoted. 

WALRATH,  EZRA  L.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Colonel,  May  13,  1861; 
resigned,  September  25,  1861;  subse- 
quent service  in  usth  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

WALTON,  WILLIAM  P.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  November  19,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  in  so-called  I2th  Militia  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  this  regi- 
ment, January  20,  1862;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  June  27,  1862;  discharged, 
September  26,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 


ond Lieutenant,  February  27,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  3,  1862,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  29,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  217,  1862,  vice  Burton, 
killed  in  action. 

WATERS,  FREDERICK  O.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Syra- 
cuse to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  A,  May  13,  1861; 
promoted  Sergeant,  Company  G,  Feb- 
ruary 3,  1862;  Second  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 22,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  17,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
C,  3d  Infantry,  November  12,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  28, 
1865,  at  Raleigh,  N.  C.;  see  I49th  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, October  29,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  22,  1862,  vice  May,  pro- 
moted. 

WATSON,  GEORGE  F.,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  February  3,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Adjutant,  February  4,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  17,  1863,  at  El- 
mira, N.  Y.;  commissioned  Adjutant, 
February  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 3,  1862,  original. 

WEBBER,  GUSTAVUS,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  during  the  war;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  nth  Infantry,  May 
7,  1861;  discharged,  August  30,  1861,  for 
promotion ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  so-called  i2th  Militia;  No- 
vember 21,  1861;  transferred  to  this  regi- 
ment by  consolidation  in  January,  1862; 
promoted  Sergeant,  January  24,  1862;  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  December 
18,  1862;  resigned,  January  28,  1863; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 18,  1862,  vice  Hilton,  promoted. 

WEEKS,  HENRY  A.,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled October  i,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  so-called 
I2th  Militia,  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  such,  January  4,  1862;  as 
Colonel,  this  regiment,  January  24,1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, May  17,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.; 
not  commissioned  Lieutenant-Colonel; 


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commissioned  Colonel,  February  27, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  3,  1862, 
original. 

WIBORN,  ALBERT  M.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  13,  1861; 
resigned,  October  19,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

WILLIS,  BENJAMIN  A.,  Major,  iigth 
Infantry;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Colonel,  this  regiment,  January  27,  1864, 
with  rank  from  January  23,  1864,  vice 
Weeks,  mustered  out. 

WOOD,  IRA,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
April  30,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  May  13,  1861;  promoted 
Captain,  September  21,  1861;  resigned, 
October  16,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
October  29,  1861,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 21,  1861,  vice  Church,  resigned. 


WOODFORD,  ERSKINE  P.,  age  28 
years;  enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Can- 
astota  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May 
13,  1861;  resigned,  December  i,  1861; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  origi- 
nal. 

WOODS,  WILLIAM  S.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  in  so-called 
I2th  Militia  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  November  19,  1861;  transferred 
to  this  regiment  in  January,  1862;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  June  27, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  January  i,  1864;  trans- 
ferred to  5th  Veteran  Infantry,  June  2, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  29,  1862,  with  rank  from  June 
27,  1862,  vice  Walton,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  April  29,  1864,  with  rank 
from  January  i,  1864,  vice  Oliver,  pro- 
moted. 


THIRTEENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 
Rochester  Regiment;  Rifle  Regiment. 

This  regiment,  Col.  Isaac  F.  Quinby,  was  organized  at  Elmira,  accepted  by  the  State 
for  a  service  of  two  years,  numbered  May  8,  1861,  and  mustered  in  the  service  of  the 
United  States  for  three  months,  May  14,  1861,  at  Elmira.  At  the  request  of  the  general 
government,  the  Governor  of  the  State,  August  2,  1861,  ordered  the  regiment  into  the 
service  of  the  United  States,  for  the  unexpired  portion  of  its  term  of  State  service.  Com- 
pany G,  Capt  Geo.  W.  Lewis,  was  transferred  to  the  3d  N.  Y.  Volunteer  Cavalry  as 
Company  K,  September  i,  1861.  October  29,  1861,  Company  K  was  consolidated  with 
Company  A  and  a  new  company  took  its  place.  In  November,  1861,  a  new  Company  G 
joined  the  regiment.  January  10,  1862,  a  new  Company  I,  recruited  for  the  unexpired 
term  of  service  of  the  regiment,  joined  the  regiment,  replacing  the  original  Company  I, 
consolidated  with  the  other  companies  October  29,  1861.  Two  companies,  recruited  for 
three  years,  joined  the  regiment  October  31,  1862,  taking  the  place  of  Companies  H  and 
K,  consolidated  with  Companies  D  and  G,  respectively,  on  that  date.  April  27,  1863,  all 
the  three  years'  men  were  transferred  to  Companies  H  and  K,  and  June  23,  1863,  these 
companies  were  transferred  to  the  i4Oth  N.  Y.  Volunteers. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally.  A,  C,  D,  E,  F,  G,  H  and  I  at  Rochester; 
B  at  Dansville,  and  K  at  Brockport;  the  second  Companies  G  at  Dansville;  I,  H  and  K 
at  Rochester;  third  Company  K  at  Rochester. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  May  30,  1861 ;  served  at  Washington,  D.  C,  from  May  31, 
1861 ;  in  3d  Brigade,  ist  Division,  Army  of  Northeastern  Virginia,  from  July  16,  1861 ; 
at  Fort  Corcoran.  D.  C,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Martindale's  Brigade,  Porter's  Division, 
Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  same  brigade  and  division,  3d  Corps, 
Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March  13,  1862;  in  the  ist  Brigade,  ist  Division,  5th  Corps, 
Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  May,  1862;  Companies  H  and  K  as  Provost  Guard  from  May, 


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1863;  and  May   12,  13  and  14,   1863,  the  regiment,  commanded  by  Lieut.-Col.  Francis  A. 
Schoeffel,  was   honorably  discharged   and  mustered   out  at   Rochester. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  2  officers,  61  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  2  officers,  20  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  44  enlisted  men;  total,  4  officers,  12-5  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  129;  of  whom  2 
enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

yi 

8 
0 

£ 
o 

Enlisted 
men. 

1861. 
July          1  8 

21 
1362. 

April  5- 
May  4 
April           5 
May          24 

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June  25- 

July  2 
June         26 

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1  1 

20 

58 

6 

7 
126 

US 

Seven  Days'  Battle   Va        

4 

Si 
62 

2 

54 
8 

27 
30 
July            i 
Aug.  27- 
Sept.  2 
Aug.          29 
30 
Sept.         17 

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Malvern  Hill                                 

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9 

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18 

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1863. 
May        1-3 

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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

ISAAC  F.  QUINBY,  from  May  14  to  Au- 
gust 5,  1861. 

JOHN  PICKELL,  from  August  20,  1861, 
to  March  31,  1862. 

ELISHA  G.  MARSHALL,  from  April  20, 
1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
CARL  STEPHAN,  from  May  21,  1861,  to 

July  13,  1862. 
FRANCIS  A.  SCHOEFFEL,  from  July  13, 

1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 

Majors. 

OLIVER  L.  TERRY,  from  May  14,  1861, 
to  January  g,  1862. 

FRANCIS  A.  SCHOEFFEL,  from  Janu- 
ary 9  to  July  13,  1862. 


GEORGE   HYLAND,  JR.,  from  July   13, 
1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 

Adjutants. 

CHARLES  J.  POWERS,  from  May  14  to 

November  6,  1861. 
HENRY  R.  CURTIS,  from  January  3  to 

May  17,  1862. 
JOB  C.  HEDGES,  from  May  17,   1862,  to 

May  14,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 
MONTGOMERY     ROCHESTER,     from 

May  14,  1861,  to  June  5,  1862. 
SAMUEL  S.  PARTRIDGE,  from  May  n, 

1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

DAVID  LITTLE,   from  May  14,  1861,  to 
May  14,  1863. 


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1889 


Assistant  Surgeons. 
GEORGE  W.  AVERY,  from  May  14, 1861, 

to  October  24,  1862. 
ISAAC    V.    MULLEN,    from    August   28, 

1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 
CHARLES  E.  HILL,  from  November  13, 

1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 

Chaplains. 
JOHN  A.  BOWMAN,  from  September  18 

to  December  n,  1861. 
JOHN   D.    BARNES,   from  January  6  to 

August  6,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 

Captains : 
ROBERT  F.  TAYLOR,  from  May  14  to 

May  27,  1861. 
GEORGE    C.    PUTNAM,    from    May    27, 

1861,  to  May  27,  1862. 

CHARLES  C.  BROWN,  from  October  16, 

1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE  C.  PUTNAM,  from  May  14  to 

May  27,  1861. 
CLARK  SMITH  BENJAMIN,  from  May 

27  to  October  18,  1861. 
JAMES  HUTCHINSON,  from  March  10, 

1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CLARK  SMITH  BENJAMIN,  from  May 

14  to  May  27,  1861. 
HENRY  J.   GIFFORD,  from   May  27  to 

August  29,  1861. 
CHARLES  C.   BROWN,  from  January  9 

to  October  16,  1862. 
JAMES   HUTCHINSON,  from   March  9 

to  March  10,  1862. 
JAMES  D.  BAILEY,  from  April  15,  1862, 

to  June  17,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 

Captains: 

CARL  STEPHAN,  from  May  14  to  May 

21,  1861. 
GEORGE  HYLAND,  JR.,  from  May  17, 

1861,  to  July  13,  1862. 
JOHN    H.    PICKELL,    from    May    21    to 

October  31,  1862. 
JOHN  WEED,  from  March  17  to  May  13, 

1863. 

119 


First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  HYLAND,  JR.,  from  May  14  to 
May  17,  1861. 

RALPH  T.  WOOD,  from  May  24  to  Oc- 
tober 25,  1861. 

HENRY  R.  CURTIS,  from  October  i, 
1861,  to  January  3,  1862. 

MARK  J.  BUNNELL,  from  January  8  to 
July  13,  1862. 

JOHN  M.  KIRK,  from  July  13  to  Decem- 
ber 24,  1862. 

JOHN  M.  RICHARDSON,  from  April  13 
to  May  13,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

RALPH  T.  WOOD,  from  May  i  to  May 
24,  1861. 

HENRY  R.  CURTIS,  from  May  24  to  Oc- 
tober i,  1861. 

MARK  J.  BUNNELL,  from  August  i, 
1861,  to  January  8,  1862. 

ELIJAH  M.  COOLEY,  from  January  31 
to  May  13,  1862. 

JAMES  H.  WILSON,  from  May  2  to  No- 
vember i,  1862. 

EDWIN  F.  HAMILTON,  from  Novem- 
ber i,  1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

ADOLPHUS   NOLTE,  from   May   14  to 

November  22,  1861. 
HENRY  GECK,  from  November  22,  1861, 

to  November  7,  1862. 
HENRY  LOME,  from  February  14  to  May 

12,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  WEILAND,  from  May  14  to  Au- 
gust 31,  1861. 

HENRY  LOME,  from  January  5,  1862,  to 
February  14,  1863. 

ERNEST     P.     BECKER,     from     February 

14  to  May  12,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  FICHTNER,  from  May  14  to  June 
22,  1861. 

HENRY  GECK,  from  June  23  to  Novem- 
ber 22,  1861. 

RICHARD    SCHREIBER,   from   January 

15  to  May  12,  1862. 

WILLIAM  GOETLING,  from  May  13  to 
August  30,  1862. 


1890 


REGISTERS  AND  SKETCHES  OF  ORGANIZATIONS 


ERNEST    P.    BECKER,    from    November 

i,  1862,  to  February  14,  1863. 
GUSTAVE  SPOHR,  from  February  21  to 

May  12,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
LEBBEUS  BROWN,  from  May  14,  1861, 

to  January  28,  1862. 

JEREMIAH      ANDREW      SULLIVAN, 
from  February  15,  1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
HORACE   BOUGHTON,   from   May    14, 

1861,  to  January  9,  1862. 
JEREMIAH      ANDREW      SULLIVAN, 

from  January  9  to  February  15,  1862. 
GEORGE   W.    HASLER,   from   February 

15  to  May  i,  1862. 
ALBERT  G.  COOPER,  from  May  13  to 

October  31,  1862. 
EDWARD   MARTIN,  from   September  I, 

1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
EDWIN   S.   GILBERT,  from  May  14  to 

October  26,  1861. 
ALBERT  G.  COOPER,  from  January  31 

to  May  13,  1862. 
HENRY  J.  WYNKOOP,  from  May  13  to 

October  24,  1862. 

EDWARD   MARTIN,  November   i,   1862. 
JOHN    COWTHRA,    from    October    25, 

1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 

FRANCIS  A.  SCHOEFFEL,  from  May 

i,   1861,  to  January  9,   1862. 
HORACE  BOUGHTON,  from  January  9 

to  October  22,  1862. 
ELIJAH  M.  COOLEY,  from  October  31, 

1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 

First  Lieutenant: 

JAMES    ELLIOTT    WILLIAMS,    from 
May  14,  1861,  to  May  14,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
LAW  S.  GIBSON,  from  May  14,  1861,  to 

May  20,  1862. 
EUGENE    C.    AUSTIN,    from    May    27, 

1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 


OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

HIRAM  SMITH,  from  May  14  to  Sep- 
tember 25,  1861. 

EDWIN  S.  GILBERT,  from  October  26 
to  November  23,  1861. 

CHARLES  H.  SAVAGE,  from  ,  to 

August  30,  1862. 

MARK  J.  BUNNELL,  from  ,  to 

May  13,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

MORTIMER  F.  STILWELL,  from  May 
14,  1861,  to  February  25,  1862. 

ROBERT  STEWART,  from  ,  to 

July  23,  1862. 

WILLIAM  R.  McKINNON,  from  Oc- 
tober 31,  1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES   K.   BURLINGAME,  from  May 

14,  1861,  to  January  24,  1862. 
SUMNER      AUSTIN,      from      February 

,  to  October  9,  1862. 

JAMES  STEVENSON,  from  October  16, 

1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 

GEORGE  W.  LEWIS,  from  May  14  to 

August  i,  1861. 
RALPH    T.    WOOD,    from    October    25, 

1861,  to  May  20,  1862. 
CLARENCE  D.  HESS,  from  October  3, 

1862,  to  February  3,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ISRAEL  H.  PUTNAM,  from  May  14  to 

September  r,  1861. 
CLARENCE  D.  HESS,  from  October  25, 

1861,  to  October  3,  1862. 

HENRY   W.   SCOTT,  from   October  31, 

1862,  to  January  26,   1863. 

JOHN  MARKS,  from  March  17  to  May 
13,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WALTER  M.  FLEMING,  from  May  14 

to  July  or  August,  1861. 
JOHN    H.    PICKELL,   from    October    I, 

1861,  to   May  10,  1862. 
JOHN  WEED,  from  May  2  to  November 

i,   1862. 


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1891 


JOHN  M.  KIRK,  from  May  12  to  July  13, 

1862. 
JOHN  MARKS,  from  November  I,  1862, 

to   March    17,   1863. 
WILLIAM  J.  HYNES,  from  March  17  to 

May  13,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 

Captains: 
HENRY    B.   WILLIAMS,   from   May   14, 

1861,  to  April  28,  1862. 

GEORGE  W.  HASLER,  from  May  i  to 

September  16,  18621. 
WILLARD    ABBOTT,    from    November 

28,  1862,  to  June  24,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  H.   HAMILTON,  from   May 

14,  1861,  to  January  18,  1862. 
SAMUEL  S.  PARTRIDGE,  from  May  i 

to  May  II,  1862. 
JAMES  H.  WILSON,  from  November  i, 

1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HOMER  FOOTE,  from  May  14,  1861,  to 
October  31,  1862. 

DOLPHUS  S.  BARBER,  from  Novem- 
ber I,  1862,  to  May  14,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 

WILLIAM  F.  TULLEY,  from  May  14  to 
October  17,  1861. 

CLARK  SMITH  BENJAMIN,  from  Oc- 
tober 18,  1861,  to  May  20,  1862. 

MARK  J.  BUNNELL,  from  July  13  to 
,  1862. 

ALBERT  G.  COOPER,  from  October  31, 
1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
MICHAEL  McMULLEN,  from  May  14 

to  September  18,  1861. 
JOB    C.    HEDGES,    from    November    12, 

1861,  to  May  17,  1862. 
RICHARD   SCHREIBER,  from  May   12 

to  August  31,  1862. 
HOMER  FOOTE,  from  October  31, 1862, 

to  May  13,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JEREMIAH  ANDREW  SULLIVAN, 
from  May  14,  1861,  to  January  9,  1862. 


ALBERT  S.  LEMA,  from  January  i  to 
June  27,  1862. 

JOHN  M.  RICHARDSON,  from  Octo- 
ber 31,  1862,  to  March  17,  1863. 

THOMAS  JORDAN,  from  March  17  to 
May  13,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
HORACE  J.  THOMAS,  from  May  14  to 

September   10,  1861. 
EUGENE  P.  FULLER,  from  September 

10,  1861,  to  April  27,  1862. 
ALFRED  H.  HURLBERT,  from  May  10 

to  July  14,   1862. 
WILLIAM  DOWNEY,  from  October  4, 

1862,  to  June  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
EUGENE  P.  FULLER,  from  May  14  to 

September  10,  1861. 

ALFRED   H.   HURLBERT,  from   Octo- 
ber 15,  1861,  to   May  10,  1862. 
JOHN    H.    PICKELL,   from    May   10   to 

May  21,  1862. 
ELIJAH  M.  COOLEY,  from  May  13  to 

October  31,  1862. 
HENRY   W.   SCOTT,   from   October    n 

to  October  31,  1862. 
JOHN  WEED,  from  November   i,   1862, 

to  March  17,  1863. 
JOHN  M.   RICHARDSON,  from  March 

17  to  April  13,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
EDWIN  A.  DAYTON,  from  May  14  to 

October  15,  1861. 
ORRA  S.  GILBERT,  from  January  8  to 

April  25,  1862. 
JOHN    M.    RICHARDSON,    from    May 

20  to  October  31,  1862. 
AETNA    M.    DAVIS,    from    October    11, 

1862,  to  June  23,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

MARSHALL,  ELISHA  G.,  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

WILLIAMS,  JAMES  ELLIOTT,  as  Cap- 
tain. 

HAMILTON,  HENRY  G.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

HASLER,  GEORGE  W.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 


1892 


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MEDAL      OF      HONOR      AWARDED      BY      THE 
PRESIDENT  TO 

RANNEY,  MYRON  H.,  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  for  distinguished  gallantry  at 
the  battle  of  Bull  Run,  Va.,  August  30, 
1862. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ABBOTT,  WILLARD,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Potomac  Creek,  Va.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  November  28,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  transferred  to 
I40th  Infantry,  June  24,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  November  10,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  20,  1862,  vice  H. 
Boughton,  promoted  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, I43d  Infantry. 

AUSTIN,  EUGENE  C,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  May  14,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  October  12,  1861;  First  Ser- 
geant, May  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  27, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 

13,  1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 
sioned  Second  Lieutenant,  October  20, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  27,  1862,  vice 
J.  Weed,  promoted. 

AUSTIN,  SUMNER,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  F,  May  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  February — ,1862; 
resigned,  October  9,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February 
24,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 

14,  1862,  vice  Burlingame,  resigned. 
AVERY,  GEORGE  W.,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled   May    8,    1861,    at    Rochester    to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  May  14,  1861;  discharged, 
October  24,  1862,  for  promotion  in  94th 
Infantry;   commissioned  Assistant   Sur- 
geon, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
8,  1861,   original. 

BAILEY,  JAMES  D.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled at  Utica  to  serve  term  of  regi- 
ment; mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  April  15,  1862;  mus- 
tered out,  June  17,  1863;  subsequent 
service  in  46th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  April  15,  1862,  with 


rank  from  April  14,  1862,  vice  H.  Geek, 
promoted. 

BARBER,  DOLPHUS  S.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  November  n,  1861,  at  Roches- 
ter to  serve  term  of  regiment;  mustered 
in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  I,  No- 
vember 12,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  November  i,  1862;  mus- 
tered out,  May  14,  1863,  at  Rochester, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, November  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  31,  1862,  vice  J.  H.  Wilson, 
promoted. 

BARNES,  JOHN  D.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  F,  May  14,  1861;  as 
Chaplain,  January  6,  1862;  resigned, 
August  6,  1862;  commissioned  Chaplain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  June  24, 
1861,  original. 

BECKER,  ERNEST  P.,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  May  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  May  17,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Manassas,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  i,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  February  14,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  12,  1863, 
at  Rochester,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  October  20,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  20,  1862,  vice  J.  M. 
Kirk,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 3,  1863,  vice  H.  Lomb,  promoted. 

BENJAMIN,  CLARK  SMITH,  age  30 
years;  enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at 
Rochester  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
May  14,  1861;  promoted  First  Lieuten- 
ant, May  27,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  I,  October  18,  1861;  re- 
signed, May  20,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  27,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Feb- 
ruary 12,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
17,  1861,  vice  W.  F.  Tully,  dismissed. 

BOUGHTON,  HORACE,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  14,  1861; 


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1893 


as  Captain,  Company  E,  January  9, 
1862;  discharged,  October  22,  1862,  at 
Washington,  D.  C,  by  promotion  to 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  I43d  Infantry; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Captain,  January  13,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  9,  1862,  vice  F.  A. 
Schoeffel,  promoted. 

BOWMAN,  JOHN  A.,  age  47  years;  en- 
rolled at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chap- 
lain, September  18,  1861;  resigned,  De- 
cember n,  1861;  commissioned  Chap- 
lain, October  29,  1861,  with  rank  from 
October  3,  1861,  vice  John  D.  Barnes, 
resigned. 

BROWN,  CHARLES  C,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  May  14,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  9,  1862;  as 
Captain,  October  16,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  13,  1863,  at  Roches- 
ter, N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  22d 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, January  13,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  8,  1862,  vice  H.  J.  Gifford,  re- 
signed; Captain,  October  20,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  16,  1862,  vice  G.  W. 
Hasler,  died,  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

BROWN,  LEBBEUS,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  May  14,  1861;  discharged, 
January  28,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
54th  Militia;  commissioned  Captain,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861, 
original. 

BUNNELL,  MARK  J.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  27,  1861,  at  Dansville  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany B,  May  14,  1861;  promoted  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  i,  1861;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  January  8,  1862; 
as  Captain,  Company  I,  July  13,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Manassas,  Va.;  transferred  to  Company 
F,  no  date;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  13,  1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y. ;  Major, 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December 


18,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  i,  1861, 
vice  Curtis,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
January  13.,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
8,  1862,  vice  Curtis,  promoted;  Captain, 
October  20,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  13, 
1862,  vice  George  Hyland,  Jr.,  promoted. 

BURLINGAME,  JAMES  K.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  14,  1861; 
resigned,  January  24,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

COOLEY,  ELIJAH  M.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  May  14,  1861;  promoted 
Corporal,  September  15,  1861;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
January  31,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  May  13,  1862;  captured  in 
action,  June  27,  1862;  exchanged,  August 

12,  1862;    mustered  in  as   Captain,   Com- 
pany E,  October  31,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  13,  1863,  at  Roches- 
ter,   N.    Y. ;     subsequent    service    in    ist 
Veteran    Cavalry;    commissioned    Second 
Lieutenant,  February  12,  1862,  with  rank 
from  January  8,  1862,  vice  M.  J.  Bunnell, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  i,   1862,  vice  J.   E. 
Williams,  promoted;  Captain,  October  20, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  27,   1862,  vice 
G.  C.  Putnam,  resigned. 

COOPER,  ALBERT  G.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  May  14,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  January  31,  1862; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  May  13, 
1862;  Captain,  Company  I,  October  31, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 

13,  1863,   at   Rochester,   N.   Y.;   commis- 
sioned   Second   Lieutenant,    February  24, 
•1862,    with    rank   from   January   30,    1862, 
vice    George   W.    Hasler,   promoted;    not 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  March  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  May  20,  1862,  vice  C.  S.  Benjamin, 
resigned. 

COWTHRA,  JOHN,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
at  Rochester  to  serve  term  of  regiment, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  E, 
January  6,  1862;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
November  I,  1862;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany K,  November  4,  1862;  mustered  in 


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as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  to 
date  October  25,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  14,  1863,  at  Rochester, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  August 
31,  1862,  vice  E.  Martin,  promoted. 

CURTIS,  HENRY  R.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled April  27,  1861,  at  Dansville  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  B,  May  14,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  24,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  October  i,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  January  3,  1862; 
resigned,  May  17,  1862;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I4th  Artillery;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  24,  1861,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  18,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  I,  1861,  vice  Wood,  pro- 
moted; Adjutant,  January  13,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  8,  1862,  vice  Powers, 
promoted  Assistant  Adjutant-General,  U. 
S.  Volunteers. 

DAVIS,  AETNA  M.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled September  27,  1862,  at  Rochester 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  October  n, 
1862;  transferred  to  i4Oth  Infantry,  June 
23,  1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, November  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
October  9,  1862,  vice  S.  Austin,  re- 
signed. 

DAYTON,  EDWIN  A.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Brockport  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  14,  1861 ; 
cashiered,  October  15,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  losth  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

DOWNEY,  WILLIAM,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  K,  Oc- 
tober 4,  1862;  transferred  to  I40th  Infan- 
try, June  23,  1863;  commissioned  Captain, 
November  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 4,  1862,  vice  Charles  H.  Savage,  killed 
in  action. 

FICHTNER,  JOHN,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  14,  1861; 
discharged,  June  22,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original. 


FLEMING,  WALTER  M.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  May  14,  1861 ;  resigned  in 
July  or  August,  1861;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

FOOTE,  HOMER,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
April  18,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  May  14,  1861;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  October  31, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
13,  1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  subsequent 
service  in  I4th  Artillery;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1861,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  20,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  n,  1862,  vice  S.  S.  Partridge,  pro- 
moted. 

FULLER,  EUGENE  P.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Brockport  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  14,  1861; 
as  Captain,  September  10,  1861 ;  resigned, 
April  27,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  io8th 
Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  October  29,  1861,  with 
rank  from  September  10,  1861,  vice 
Thomas,  resigned. 

GECK,  HENRY,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
C,  May  14,  1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  23,  1861;  Captain,  Novem- 
ber 22,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  August 
30,  1862,  at  Manassas,  Va. ;  discharged  for 
disability  from  wounds,  November  7, 
1862,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  24,  1861,  vice 
J.  Fichtner,  resigned;  Captain,  January  8, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  22,  1861, 
vice  Adolphus  Nolte,  resigned. 

GIBSON,  LAW  S.,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  May  14,  1861;  resigned,  May 
20,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I, 
1861,  original. 

GIFFORD,  HENRY  J.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Drum- 


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mer,  Company  A,  May  14,  1861 ;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  27,  1861;  dis- 
charged, August  29,  1861,  for  promotion 
to  First  Lieutenant,  33d  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  27,  1861, 
original. 

GILBERT,  EDWIN  S.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  14,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  Company  F,  October 
26,  1861;  transferred  to  Company  B,  25th 
Infantry,  November  23,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original; 
not  commissioned  Captain. 

GILBERT,  ORRA  S.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  D,  May  14,  1861 ;  transferred 
to  Company  K,  November  i,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
8,  1862;  cashiered,  April  25,  1862;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  January 
13,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  8,  1862, 
vice  E.  A.  Dayton,  cashiered. 

GOETLING,  WILLIAM,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  C,  May  14,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  June  24,  1861;  First 
Sergeant,  January  19,  1862;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  13,  1862;  killed  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Manassas,  Va.;  not 
commissioned. 

HAMILTON,  CHARLES  H.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  April  18,  1861,  at 
Rochester  to  serve  two  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
H,  May  14,  1861;  dismissed,  January  18, 
1862;  subsequent  service  in  3d  Cavalry; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

HAMILTON,  EDWIN  R,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  May  14,  1861;  promoted 
Corporal,  May  17,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  No- 
vember i,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  De- 
cember 13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ; 
'mustered  out  with  company,  May  13, 
1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 


Second  Lieutenant,  October  20,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  10,  1862,  vice 
A.  S.  Lema,  killed  in  action. 

HAMILTON,  HENRY  G.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  Rochester  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  August  20,  1862;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  transferred  to 
Company  H,  I40th  Infantry,  June  24, 
1863;  commissioned,  not  mustered,  First 
Lieutenant,  May  27,  1863,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1863,  vice  H.  W.  Scott, 
resigned. 

HASLER,  GEORGE  W.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  Dansville  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  May  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  Company  D, 
February  15,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  May  I,  1862;  wounded 
and  captured  in  action,  August  30,  1862, 
at  Manassas,  Va.;  died,  of  his  wounds, 
September  16,  1862,  at  Upperville,  Va.; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  January  8,  1862,  vice  E.  S.  Gilbert, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  February 
12,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  30, 
1862,  vice  J.  A.  Sullivan,  promoted;  Cap- 
tain, May  13,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
i,  1862,  vice  H.  B.  Williams,  resigned. 

HEDGES,  JOB  C,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  Dansville  to  serve  term  of 
regiment,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  November  12, 
1861;  as  Adjutant,  May  17,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  May  14,  1863,  at  Roches- 
ter, N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  I4th 
Artillery;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, February  24,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  26,  1862,  vice  M.  McMullen,  re- 
signed; Adjutant,  October  20,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  17,  1862,  vice  H.  R. 
Curtis,  resigned. 

HESS,  CLARENCE  D.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  at  Elmira  to  serve  three 
months,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  May  21,  1861;  discharged, 
September  20,  1861;  enrolled  at  Dans- 
ville to  serve  unexpired  term  of  regi- 
ment, and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  October  25,  1861;  as 
Captain,  October  3,  1862;  discharged  for 


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disability,  February  3,  1863;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  18, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  i,  1861, 
vice  I.  H.  Putnam,  transferred  to  3d 
Cavalry;  Captain,  October  20,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  14,  1862,  vice  A.  H. 
Hurlbert,  resigned. 

HILL,  CHARLES  E.,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled at  Washington,  D.  C,  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  November  13,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  14,  1863,  at 
Rochester,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in 
l88th  Infantry;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  October  10,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  13,  1862,  vice  G.  W. 
Avery,  discharged. 

HURLBERT,  ALFRED  H.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  at  Rochester  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  October  15,  1861; 
as  Captain,  May  10,  1862;  resigned,  July 
14,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, January  13,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  8,  1862,  vice  E.  P.  Fuller,  pro- 
moted; not  commissioned  Captain. 

HUTCHINSON,  JAMES,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  May  14,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  9,  1862;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  March  10,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  13,  1863,  at  Roches- 
ter, N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  Vet- 
eran Reserve  Corps;  not  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  March  4,  1862,  with  rank 
from  January  26,  1862,  vice  C.  S.  Ben- 
jamin, promoted. 

HYLAND,  JR.,  GEORGE,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  Dansville  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  14,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  May  17,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  Major,  July  13,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  May  14,  1863, 
at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  24,  1861,  original;  Major, 


August  4,  1862,  with  rank  from  July 
13,  1862,  vice  F.  A.  Schoeffel,  promoted. 

HYNES,  WILLIAM  J.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  May  14,  1861;  miss- 
ing in  action,  September  20,  1862;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  March  17,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  to  date  March  17,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  13, 
1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  December  24, 
1862,  vice  J.  Marks,  promoted. 

JORDAN,  THOMAS,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  E,  May  14,  1861;  miss- 
ing in  action,  September  20,  1862;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  March  17,  1863;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  to  date  March  17,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  13,  1863, 
at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  31,  1862,  vice  J.  M. 
Richardson,  promoted. 

KIRK,  JOHN  M.,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
April  18,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  H,  May  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G, 
May  12,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  July  13,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Manassas,  Va.;  discharged  for  disability, 
December  24,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1862,  vice  John  H.  Pickell, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  October  20, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  20,  1862^  vice 
John  H.  Pickell,  promoted. 

LEMA,  ALBERT  S.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled November  12,  1861,  at  Dansville 
to  serve  term  of  regiment;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  Jan- 
uary i,  1862;  died,  June  27,  1862,  of 
wounds  received  in  action  at  Gaines  Mill, 
Va.;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  12,  1862,  with  rank  from  Janu- 
ary 9,  1862,  vice  J.  A.  Sullivan,  promoted. 

LEWIS,  GEORGE  W.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 


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Company  G,  May  14,  1861;  transferred 
with  company,  September  i,  1861,  to  3d 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

LITTLE,  DAVID,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
May  8,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  May  14, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
14,  1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  8,  1861,  original. 

LOME,  HENRY,  age  32  years;  enrolled 
April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  May  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  January  5, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  February 
14,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  12,  1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  May  13, 

1862,  with   rank  from  January  5,   1862, 
vice     J.     Weiland,     resigned;     Captain, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  Febru- 
ary 3,  1863,  vice  C.  D.  Hess,  discharged. 

MARKS,  JOHN,  age  20  years;  enrolled 
April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  May  14,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  November  i, 
1862;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  March 
17,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  13,  1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  sub- 
sequent service  in  i88th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  October 
20,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  n,  1862, 
vice  H.  Foote,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
December  24,  1862,  vice  J.  M.  Kirk,  dis- 
charged. 

MARSHALL,  ELISHA  G.,  Captain,  6th 
U.  S.  Infantry;  appointed  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  this  regiment,  May  4,  1861;  de- 
clined; mustered  in  as  Colonel,  April  20, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  December  14, 
1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  mustered 
out,  May  13,  1863;  subsequent  service  in 
I4th  Artillery;  commissioned  Colonel, 
April  9,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  I, 
1862,  vice  John  Pickell,  discharged. 

MARTIN,  EDWARD,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  D,  May  14,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as 


Second  Lieutenant,  November  i,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  to  date  September 
I,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  14,  1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  sub- 
sequent service  in  i88th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
10,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  24, 
1862,  vice  H.  J.  Wynkoop,  discharged; 
First  Lieutenant,  March  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  August  31,  1862,  vice  R. 
Schreiber,  resigned. 

McKINNON,  WILLIAM  R.,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Roch- 
ester to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  A,  May  14,  1861; 
promoted  Sergeant,  May  7,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
F,  October  31,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  13,  1863,  at  Rochester, 
N.  Y.;  see  I94th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  October  20,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  13,  1862,  vice  Mark  J. 
Bunnell,  promoted. 

McMULLEN,  MICHAEL,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  14,  1861; 
resigned,  September  18,  1861;  subse- 
quent service  in  iO5th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

MULLEN,  ISAAC  V.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled at  Alexandria,  Va.,  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, August  28,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  May  14,  1863,  at  Roches- 
ter, N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  I4th 
Artillery;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, August  18,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  II,  1862,  original. 

NOLTE,  ADOLPHUS,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  May  14,  1861;  re- 
signed, November  22,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

PARTRIDGE,  SAMUEL  S.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  May  14,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  I,  1862; 
as  Quartermaster,  May  n,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  May  14,  1863, 
at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  First 


Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1862,  vice  George  W.  Has- 
ler,  promoted;  Quartermaster,  October 
20,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  21,  1862, 
vice  M.  Rochester,  promoted  Assistant 
Adjutant-General,  U.  S.  Volunteers. 

PICKELL,  JOHN,  Brevet  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, 4th  U.  S.  Artillery,  July  i,  1822; 
Second  Lieutenant,  same  date;  First 
Lieutenant,  May  28,  1831;  Regimental 
Adjutant,  October  15,  1836;  resigned, 
August  5,  1838;  mustered  in  as  Colonel, 
this  regiment,  August  20,  1861;  dis- 
charged, March  31,  1862;  commissioned 
Colonel,  August  17,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  20,  1861,  vice  I.  F.  Quinby, 
resigned. 

PICKELL,  JOHN  H.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled September  30,  1861,  at  Camp 
Pickell,  Va.,  to  serve  term  of  regiment; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com-  < 
pany  G,  October  i,  1861;  as  First  Lieu-  j 
tenant,  Company  K,  May  10,  1862;  as 
Captain,  Company  B,  May  21,  1862;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  October  31,  1862; 
subsequent  service  in  s8th  Militia;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  October 
18,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  i,  1861, 
vice  Walter  Fleming,  resigned;  First 
Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1862,  vice  Charles  Hamil- 
ton, dismissed;  Captain,  October  20, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  20,  1862,  vice 
Ralph  T.  Wood,  resigned. 

POWERS,  CHARLES  J.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Adju- 
tant, May  14,  1861;  promoted  Captain 
and  Assistant  Adjutant-General,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  November  6,  1861;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  i, 
1861,  original. 

PUTNAM,  GEORGE  C,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  14,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  May  27,  1861;  re- 
signed, May  27,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  27, 
1861,  vice  R.  F.  Taylor,  promoted  Col- 
onel, 33d  Infantry. 

PUTNAM,  ISRAEL  H.,  age  24  years;  en- 


rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  14,  1861; 
transferred  with  company  to  3d  Cav- 
alry, September  i,  1861;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  2,  1861,  original. 

QUINBY,  ISAAC  F.,  U.  S.  Military  Acad- 
emy; Brevet  Second  Lieutenant,  2d  U. 
S.  Artillery,  July  i,  1843;  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, 3d  Artillery,  December  20,  1845; 
First  Lieutenant,  March  3,  1847;  re- 
signed, March  16,  1852;  age  40  years; 
enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Col- 
onel, this  regiment,  May  14,  1861;  re- 
signed, August  5,  1861;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned 
Colonel,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1861,  original. 

RICHARDSON,  JOHN  M.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  Brockport  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  K,  May  14,  1861;  transferred 
to  Company  A,  October  29,  1861;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  to  date  May  i,  1861; 
Sergeant,  to  date  May  20,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  May  20,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  I,  October  31,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
March  17,  1863;  transferred  to  Company 
B,  April  13,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  13,  1863,  at  Rochester, 
'N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  May  20, 
1862,  vice  A.  G.  Cooper,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  March  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  October  31,  1862,  vice  J.  Weed, 
promoted. 

ROCHESTER,  MONTGOMERY,  age  28 
years;  enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Roches- 
ter to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Regimental  Quartermaster,  May  14, 
1861;  mustered  out,  June  5,  1862,  at 
Washington,  D.  C.,  for  promotion  to 
Captain  and  Assistant  Adjutant-General, 
U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  8,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

SAVAGE,  CHARLES  H.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  F,  May  14,  1861;  pro- 


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moted  Captain,  no  date;  killed  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Manassas,  Va.;  com- 
missioned Captain,  February  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  January  26,  1862,  vice 
Hiram  Smith,  resigned. 

SCHOEFFEL,  FRANCIS  A.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Roch- 
ester to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  E,  May  I,  1861; 
promoted  Major,  January  9,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  July  13, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
14,  1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original;  Major,  Jan- 
uary 13,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
9,  1862,  vice  O.  L.  Terry,  resigned; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  August  4,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  13,  1862,  vice  Carl  Ste- 
phan,  resigned. 

SCHREIBER,  RICHARD,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  as 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  to  serve  two 
years;  promoted  Sergeant-Major,  May 
9,  1861;  mustered  in  as  such,  May  14, 
1861;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  January  15,  1862;  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  12,  1862; 
discharged  for  disability,  August  31, 
1862;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
November  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
17,  1862,  vice  Job  C.  Hedges,  promoted. 

SCOTT,  HENRY  W.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled October  i,  1862,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  October  u, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  G,  Octo- 
ber 31,  1862;  discharged  for  disability, 
January  26,  1863;  subsequent  service  in 
1st  Veteran  Cavalry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  November  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  31,  1862,  vice 
Clarence  D.  Hess,  promoted. 

SMITH,  HIRAM,  age  44  years;  enrolled 
April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  May  14,  1861;  resigned,  Sep- 
tember 25,  1861;  subsequent  service  in 
U.  S.  Volunteers;  see  I40th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

SPOHR,  GUSTAVE,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  May  14,  1861;  promoted 


Corporal,  February  15,  1862;  captured 
in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at  Games'  Mill, 
Va.;  returned  from  Richond,  Va.,  August 
6,  1862;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  No- 
vember 3,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  De- 
cember 13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va.; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 21,  1863;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  12,  1863,  at  Rochester,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
17,  1863,  with  rank  from  February  3, 
1863,  vice  E.  Becker,  promoted. 
STEPHAN,  CARL,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
April  27,  1861,  at  Dansville  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
B,  May  14,  1861;  promoted  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  May  21,  1861;  resigned,  July  13, 
1862;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  20,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  21,  1861,  original. 

STEVENSON,  JAMES,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  May  14,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  16,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  13,  1863,  at 
Rochester,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  20,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  16,  1862,  vice  C.  C.  Brown, 
promoted. 

STEWART,  ROBERT,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  May  14,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  First  Lieuten-. 
ant,  no  date;  resigned,  July  23,  1862; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  26, 

1862,  vice  M.  F.  Stilwell,  dismissed. 
STILWELL,    MORTIMER     F.,    age    41 

years;  enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Roches- 
ter to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  14, 
1861;  dismissed,  February  25,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original. 
SULLIVAN,  JEREMIAH  ANDREW, 
age  22  years;  enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at 
Rochester  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 
May  14,  1861;  promoted  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  January  9,  1862;  Cap- 
tain, February  15,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  14,  1863,  at  Roches- 
ter, N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  1st 


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Veteran  Cavalry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
January  13,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
9,  1862,  vice  H.  Boughton,  promoted; 
Captain,  February  12,  1862,  with  rank 
from  January  30,  1862,  vice  L.  Brown, 
resigned. 

TAYLOR,  ROBERT  F.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  May  14,  1861;  discharged, 
May  27,  1861,  for  promotion  to  Colonel, 
33d  Infantry;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861, 
original. 

TERRY,  OLIVER  L.,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled May  8,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Major,  May 
14,  1861;  resigned,  January  9,  1862;  com- 
missioned Major,  June  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  8,  1861,  original. 

THOMAS,  HORACE  J.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  Brockport  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  K,  May  14,  1861;  resigned; 
September  10,  1861;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
i,  1861,  original. 

TULLEY,  WILLIAM  F.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  I,  May  14,  1861;  dismissed,  Oc- 
tober 17,  1861;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861, 
original. 

WEED,  JOHN,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
E,  May  14,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  May  2,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  November  I,  1862; 
as  Captain,  Company  B,  March  17,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  13,  1863, 
at  Rochester,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1862,  vice  E.  M.  Cooley, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  October  20, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  27.  1862,  vice 
E.  M.  Cooley,  promoted;  Captain,  March 
17,  1863,  with  rank  from  October  31,  1862, 
vice  J.  H.  Pickell,  resigned. 

WEILAND,  JOHN,  age  39  years;  enrolled 
April  23,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  May  14,  1861;  discharged  for 


disability,  August  31,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  8th  Cavalry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

WILLIAMS,  HENRY  B.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  18,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  May  14,  1861;  resigned, 
April  28,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  io8th 
Infantry;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

WILLIAMS,  JAMES  ELLIOTT,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Roches- 
ter to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  14, 
1861;  mustered  out,  May  14,  1863,  at 
Rochester,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in 
1st  Veteran  Cavalry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1861,  original;  Captain,  not  mus- 
tered, May  13,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
I,  1862,  vice  Eugene  P.  Fuller,  resigned. 

WILSON,  JAMES  H.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  A,  May  14,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  2,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at 
Gaines  Mill,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  November  i, 
1862;  mustered  out,  May  14,  1863,  at 
Rochester,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1862,  vice  Orra  S.  Gilbert, 
dismissed;  First  Lieutenant,  November 
IO,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  31,  1862, 
vice  Robert  Stewart,  resigned. 

WOOD,  RALPH  T.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  27,  1861,  at  Dansville  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  May  i,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  May  24,  1861;  discharged, 
September  8,  1861 ;  order  of  discharge  re- 
voked in  1868,  making  service  con- 
tinuous; mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  October  25,  1861 ;  resigned, 
May  20,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  24, 
1861,  vice  G.  Hyland,  Jr.,  promoted;  re- 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  October 
21,  1861,  with  rank  from  September  8, 
1861,  vice  himself,  resigned;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  18,  1861,  with  rank 


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from  October  i,  1861,  vice  George  W. 
Lewis,  transferred  to  jd  Cavalry. 
WYNKOOP,  HENRY  J.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  May  14,  1861;  promoted 
Commissary-Sergeant,  August  22,  1861; 


Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  13, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862, 
at  Gaines  Mill,  Va.;  discharged  for  dis- 
ability, October  24,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  22,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  20,  1862,  vice  L.  S.  Gib- 
son, resigned. 


FOURTEENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 
First  Oneida  County  Regiment. 

This  regiment,  Col.  James  McQuade,  was  accepted  by  the  State  and  received  its 
numerical  designation  May  8,  1861 ;  was  organized  at  Albany  and  there  mustered  in  the 
service  of  the  United  States  for  two  years  May  17,  1861.  The  three  years'  men  of  the 
regiment  were,  in  May,  1863,  assigned  to  the  New  York  Battalion  of  Volunteers,  but 
June  24,  1863,  transferred  to  the  44th,  and  a  few  to  the  i4Oth  N.  Y.  Volunteers. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally :  A —  Utica  Citizens'  Corps  —  B,  C  and 
E,  at  Utica;  F  at  Boonville,  Forestport  and  Port  Leyden;  G  at  Rome;  H  at  Syracuse; 
I  at  Lowville,  and  K  at  Hudson. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  June  17,  1861 ;  served  at  Washington,  D.  C,  from  June 
20,  1861 ;  in  1st  Brigade,  2d  Division,  Army  of  Northeastern  Virginia,  from  July,  1861 ; 
in  Morrell's  Brigade,  Porter's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in 
same  brigade  and  division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March  13,  1862;  in  the 
2d  Brigade,  1st  Division,  5th  Corps,  from  May,  1862;  and,  commanded  by  Colonel 
McQuade,  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  at  Utica  May  22,  23  and  24, 
1863. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  3  officers,  35  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  i  officer,  21  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  44  enlisted  men;  total,  4  officers,  100  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  104;  of  whom  I 
officer,  6  enlisted  men,  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following 
engagements,  etc.: 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

<u 

Is 
Ea 

eo 
< 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Ball's  Cross  Roads,  Va  

1861. 
Sept.         14 

Widow  Childs'  House,  Va  

Oct.           14 
1862. 
April           4 
April  s~ 
May  4 
April           5 
May          37 
June           s 
June  25- 
July  2 
June         26 

Howard's  Bridge,  Va  

Siege  of  Yorktown,  Va  

Warwick  and  Yorktown  Roads,  Va  

Hanover  Court  House,  Va  

4 

I 

225 

a 

New  Bridge,  Va  

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

8 

147 

i 

IS 

Mechanicsville  

Gaines'  Mill  

27 
30 
July           i 

Aug.  27- 
Sept.  2 
Sept.         17 

i 

2 

10 

19 

i 

14 
6 

Malvern  Cliff  

Malvern  Hill  

Harrison's  Landing,  Va  

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

Antietam,  Md  

Kearneysville,  Va  

Oct.    16-17 

Fredericksburg,  Va  

Dec.    ii—  15 

i 

8 

22 

35 

Richards'  Ford,  Va  

30-31 
1863. 
May        1—3 

Chancellorsville,  Va  

3 

Chancellorsville,  Va  

4 

Total  loss  

3 

35 

i 

21 

16 

178 

i 

IS 

270 

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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonel. 

JAMES  McQUADE,  from  May   17,   1861, 
to  May  24,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
CHARLES  H.  SKILLEN,  from  May  17, 

1861,  to  June  27,  1862. 

THOMAS    M.    DAVIES,    from   June    27, 

1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

Majors. 
CHARLES  H.  SKILLEN,  from  May  8  to 

May    17,    1861. 
CHARLES  H.  YOUNG,  from  May  17  to 

November  25,  1861. 
THOMAS   M.   DAVIES,  from   November 

25,  1861,  to  June  27,  1862. 
LEWIS  MICHAELS,  from  June  27,  1862, 

to  May  24,  1863. 

Adjutants. 
JOHN  F.  McQUADE,  from  May  17,  1861, 

to  September  28,  1862. 
CATHARINUS     B.     MERVINE,    acting, 

from  June  ,  to  August  II,  1862. 

THOMAS    MANNING,    from    September 

28,  1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 
THOMAS   H.    BATES,   from   May    17  to 

July  20,  1861. 
WILLIAM    BRODHEAD,   from  July  20, 

1861,  to  May  24,  1863. 

Surgeon. 
ALONZO    CHURCHILL,    from    May   17, 

1861,  to  May  24,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
JOSEPH    E.   WEST,   from  May   17,   1861, 

to  November  18,  1862. 
PHILIP  W.  SHUFELT,  from  August  15, 

1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

SAMUEL  INGRAHAM,  from  January  26 
to   May  24,    1863. 

Chaplain. 

CHARLES    E.    HEWES,    from    May    17, 
1861,  to  October  31,  1862. 


OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
JAMES  McQUADE,  from  April  23  to  May 

17,  1861. 
THOMAS  M.   DAVIES,  from  May  17  to 

November  25,  1861. 
LEWIS  MICHAELS,  from  November  25, 

1861,  to  June  27,  1862. 
HENRY  GOSS,  from  October  i,  1862,  to 

May  24,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS  M.  DAVIES,  from  April  23  to 
May  17,  1861. 

GEORGE  W.  CONE,  from  May  17,  1861, 
to  January  I,  1862. 

RUTGER  D.  CROCKER,  from  ,  to 

January  21,  1862. 

JAMES  AUGUSTUS  CURRY,  from  Jan- 
uary 1 6  to  October  17,  1862. 

JAMES  MILLER,  from  October  17,  1862, 
to  May  24,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
RUTGER  D.  CROCKER,  from  May  17  to 

,   1861. 

EDWARD  H.  LLOYD,  from ,  1861, 


to 


WILLIAM  H.  GIBBS,  from  January  10  to 
,  1862. 

JAMES  MILLER,  from  January  20  to  Oc- 
tober 17,  1862. 

GEORGE  W.  ABBEY,  from  October  17, 
1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 

Captains: 
WILLIAM    R.    BRAZIE,    from    May    17, 

1861,  to  February  26,  1862. 
GEORGE   T.    HOLLINGWORTH,   from 

February  27  to  December  31,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 

RUFUS  DAGGETT,  from  May  17  to  De- 
cember 4,  1861. 

GEORGE  T.  HOLLINGWORTH,  from 
December  5,  1861,  to  February  27,  1862. 

JOHN  C.  FARRAR,  from  February  26  to 
September  23,  1862. 

ALBERT  G.  SPENCER,  from  September 
24,  1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 


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1903 


Second  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE   T.    HOLLINGWORTH,   from 

May   17  to   December  5,    1861. 
JOHN    C.    FARRAR,    from    December    4, 

1861,  to  February  26,    1862. 
THOMAS  MANNING,  from  February  28 

to  September  28,  1862. 
ALFRED  B.  GRUNWELL,  from  July  i 

to  September  23,  1862. 
JOHN  H.  SNYDER,  from  September  23, 

1862,  to  May  24,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 

Captains : 
FREDERICK    HARRER,   from   May    17, 

1861,  to  July  13,   1862. 

FAYETTE   M.    BUTLER,   from  July    18, 

1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOSEPH  SMITH,  from  May  17,  1861,  to 
January  20,  1862. 

WILHELM  RAUTENBERG,  from  Janu- 
ary 20  to  April  27,  1862. 

EDWARD  H.  LLOYD,  from  ,  to 

July  i,  1862. 

PHILIP  D.  ALTVATER,  from  July  i, 
1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILHELM    RAUTENBERG,   from   May 

17,  1861,  to  January  20,  1862. 
PHILIP  D.  ALTVATER,  from  April  27  to 

July  i,  1862. 
ALFRED    J.    HEFFRON,    from    July    i, 

1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
MICHAEL  McQUADE,  JR.,  from  May  2 

to  May  17,  1861. 

WILLIAM  L.  COWAN,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

RODERICK  J.  CANTWELL,  from  May 
2  to  May  17,  1861. 

ROBERT  H.  FOOTE,  from  May  17,  1861, 
to  June  27,  1862. 

ALFRED  B.  GRUNWELL,  from  Sep- 
tember 23,  1862,  to  January  4,  1863. 

MICHAEL  McQUADE,  JR.,  from  , 

to  May  22,  1863. 


Second  Lieutenants: 
CATHARINUS  B.  MERVINE,  from  May 

2  to  May  17,  1861. 
GEORGE  E.  GEE,  from  May  17,  1861,  to 

February   18,   1863. 
THOMAS  L.  OSTROM,  from  February  18 

to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 

Captains: 

LEWIS  MICHAELS,  from  May  17  to  No- 
vember 25,  1861. 

ALFRED  SEARS,  from  November  25, 
1861,  to  July  10,  1862. 

EDWARD  WARR,  from  July  i,  1862,  to 
May  24,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ALFRED  SEARS,  from  May  I  to  No- 
vember 25,  1861. 

EDWARD  WARR,  from  November  25, 
1861,  to  May  15,  1862. 

FAYETTE  M.  BUTLER,  from  May  15  to 
July  18,  1862. 

ALFRED  B.  GRUNWELL,  from  January 
4  to  May  24,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

EDWARD  WARR,  from  May   17  to  No- 
vember 25,  1861. 
AUGUSTUS  G.  BICE,  from  December  n, 

1861,  to  January  22,   1862. 
WILLIAM    H.    GIBBS,    from   ,    to 

July   28,    1862. 
DAVID    M.    TYRRELL,    from    June    27, 

1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captain: 

CHARLES  F.  MULLER,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  May  24,  1863. 

First  Lieutenant: 

WILLIAM  A.  ROWAN,  from  May  i,  1861, 
to  May  24,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
DELOS  CRAMER,  from  May  17,  1861,  to 

June  27,  1862. 
GEORGE  E.  BUSS,  from  July  18,  1862,  to 

May  24,  1863. 


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OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
CHARLES  H.  SKILLEN,  from  May  2  to 

May  8,  1861. 
JOHN  J.  BABCOCK,  from  May  17,  1861, 

to  May  15,  1862. 
EDWARD  WARR,  from  May   15  to  July 

i,  1862. 
JOHN  STRYKER,  JR.,  from  July  20,  1862, 

to  May  24,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
SETH    B.    WALWORTH,   from   May    17, 

1 86 1,  to  February  6,   1862. 

JOHN   STRYKER,  JR.,   from  February  6 

to  July  20,  1862. 
WILLIAM    D.    BOWERS,   from  July  20, 

1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  STRYKER,  JR.,  from  May  17,  1861, 

to  February  6,  1862. 
WILLIAM   D.   BOWERS,  from  February 

6  to  July  20,  1862. 
HUGH  DUFFY,  from  August  31,  1862,  to 

May  24,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
SAMUEL       EDWARD       THOMASON, 

from  May  17,   1861,  to  May  12,  1862. 
HENRY  GOSS,  from  May  12  to  October 

i,  1862. 

ROBERT  H.  FOOTE,  from  June  27,  1862, 
to  May  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  GOSS,  from  May  17,  1861,  to 
May  12,  1862. 

EDWARD  E.  COATSWORTH,  from 
June  10  to  September  24,  1862. 

MICHAEL  McQUADE,  JR.,  from  Sep- 
tember 24,  1862,  to  . 

DELOS  CRAMER,  from  June  27,  1862, 
to  February  18,  1863. 

GEORGE  E.  GEE,  from  February  18  to 
May  23,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE    G.    MORGAN,    from    May    17, 

1861,  to  January  4,  1862. 
EDWARD     E.      COATSWORTH,     from 

January  4  to  June  10,   1862. 


GEORGE  W.    GRIFFITH,   from   May   12 

to  July  i,  1862. 
WARREN  TAYLOR,  from  July  20,  1862, 

to  February  18,  1863. 
JOSEPH  HERRON,  from  February  18  to 

May  23,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captain: 

HORACE  R.  LAHEE,  from  May  17,  1861, 
to  May  24,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE  W.  BARTLETT,  from  May  17 

to  December  u,  1861. 
GEORGE   W.    CONE,   from   January    i    to 

April  3,  1862. 
STERLING    WALLACE    HAZEN,    from 

April  3,    1862,  to   May  24,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
STERLING    WALLACE    HAZEN,    from 

May  17,  1861,  to  April  3,  1862. 
WILLIAM   M.    EDMANS,   from   April   3, 

1862,  to  May  24,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captain: 

WILLIAM  H.  SEYMOUR,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  May  23,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
LEMAN  W.  BRADLEY,  from  May  17  to 

September  24,  1861. 
CATHARINUS      B.      MERVINE,      from 

,  to  June  — ,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  ELLIS,  from  July  18,  1862, 

to  May  23,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
FAYETTE   M.    BUTLER,   from   May    17, 

1861,  to  May   15,   1862. 
WILLIAM    H.    ELLIS,   from   May   15   to 

July  1 8,  1862. 
JAMES  S.  REYNOLDS,  from  September 

5,  1862,  to  May  23,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

JOHNSON,  CHARLES  A.,  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

ROWAN,  WILLIAM  A.,  as  Captain. 

REDDEN,  PETER,  as   First  Lieutenant. 


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BREVET  COMMISSIONS  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR 
TO  ENLISTED  MEN  AS  FOLLOWS: 

DUBOIS,  HENRY,  Sergeant,  Company 
K,  First  Lieutenant. 

O'BRIEN,  JOHN,  Private,  Company  F, 
Captain. 

SMITH,  ISAAC  D.,  Sergeant,  Company 
K,  First  Lieutenant. 

WHITBECK,  JR.,  VOLKERT,  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  K,  First  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ABBEY,  GEORGE  W.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private  Com- 
pany A,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, September  i,  1861;  Sergeant,  Feb- 
ruary 4,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  17,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 17,  1862,  vice  Miller,  promoted. 

ALTVATER,  PHILIP  D.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany C,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  to  date  May  17,  1861 ;  Second 
Lieutenant,  April  27,  1862;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, July  i,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  June 
10,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  27,  1862, 
vice  Lloyd,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  I, 
1862,  vice  Lloyd,  killed  in  action. 

BABCOCK,  JOHN  J.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  2,  1861,  at  Rome  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
G,  May  17,  1861;  resigned,  May  15,  1862; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  17,  1861,  original. 

BARTLETT,  GEORGE' W.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Martinsburgh  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  17,  1861; 
resigned,  December  n,  1861 ;  subsequent 
service  in  5th  Artillery;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

BATES,  THOMAS  H.,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Quartermaster,  May  17, 
1861;  resigned,  July  20,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  ist  Artillery;  commissioned 

120 


Quartermaster,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  17,  1861,  original. 

BICE,  AUGUSTUS  G.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  2,  1861,  at  Utica  as  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  to  serve  two  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  H,  May  17, 
1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E, 
December  11,  1861;  promoted  in  p2d  In- 
fantry, January  22,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  23,  1861, 
with  rank  from  December  n,  1861,  vice 
Crocker,  promoted. 

BOWERS,  WILLIAM  D.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Rome  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  May  17,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  6,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  July  20,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Feb- 
ruary 6,  1862,  vice  Stryker,  Jr.,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  9,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  20,  1862,  vice  Stryker, 
Jr.,  promoted. 

BRADLEY,  LEMAN  W.,  age  41  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Hudson  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  17,  1861; 
discharged  for  disability,  September  24, 
1861,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  subsequent 
service  in  64th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  30,  1861,  original. 

BRAZIE,  WILLIAM  R.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  May  17,  1861;  resigned,  Febru- 
ary 26,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  2d 
Artillery;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  April  24,  1861, 
original. 

BRODHEAD,  WILLIAM,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Quarter- 
master, July  20,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Quartermaster,  December 
2,  1861,  with  rank  from  July  20,  1861, 
vice  Bates,  resigned. 

BUSS,  GEORGE  E.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Boonville  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  18,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 


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N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  2ist  Cavalry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 9,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  18,  1862, 
vice  Ellis,  promoted. 

BUTLER,  FAYETTE  M.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Hudson  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  17,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  15, 
1862;  as  Captain,  Company  C,  July  18, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  April  30,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  15,  1862,  vice  Warr,  pro- 
moted; Captain,  October  9,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  18,  1862,  vice  Harrer, 
died,  of  wounds  received  in  action. 

CANTWELL,  RODERICK  J.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  at  Utica  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  to  serve  two  years, 
May  2,  1861;  resigned,  May  17,  1861; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  May  19, 
1861,  with  rank  from  April  30,  1861, 
original. 

CHURCHILL,  ALONZO,  age  49  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  May  17, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  Colonel,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865;  subsequent  service  in  8th  Artil- 
lery; commissioned  Surgeon,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  17,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

COATSWORTH,  EDWARD  E.,  age  20 
years;  enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  Bald- 
winsville  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  H,  May 
17,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
4,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  June  10, 
1862 ;  discharged,  September  24,  1862 ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
4,  1862,  vice  George  G.  Morgan,  re- 
signed; First  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  12,  1862,  vice 
Henry  Goss,  promoted. 

CONE,  GEORGE  W.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  as  Ser- 
geant to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May 
17,  1861;  transferred  to  Company  I.Jan- 
uary I,  1862;  resigned,  April  3,  1862,  at 
Hampton,  Va. ;  subsequent  service  in 


I46th  Infantry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  17,  1861,  original. 

COWAN,  WILLIAM  L.,  age  45  years; 
enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Batavia  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  May  17,  1861;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at 
Utica,  N.  Y.;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  17,  1861,  original. 

CRAMER,  DELOS,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
May  I,  1861,  at  Boonville  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June  27,  1862; 
dismissed,  February  18,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  9,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  27,  1862,  vice  R.  H. 
Foote,  promoted. 

CROCKER,  RUTGER  D.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  May  17,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  no  date;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  January  21,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  23,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  December  23, 
1861,  with  rank  from  December  n,  1861, 
vice  George  W.  Bartlett,  resigned. 

CURRY,  JAMES  AUGUSTUS,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  May  17,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1862;  re- 
signed, October  17,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  February  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  16,  1862,  vice  R.  D. 
Crocker,  resigned. 

DAGGETT,  RUFUS,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  May  17,  1861;  re- 
signed, December  4,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  H7th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  24,  1861,  original. 

DAVIES,  THOMAS  M.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  May  17, 
1861 ;  as  Major,  November  25,  1861 ;  as 


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Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  27,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  May  24,  1863, 
at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  Colonel,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865; 
not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 1861,  with 
rank  from  May  17,  1861,  original;  Major, 
January  3,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 25,  1861,  vice  C.  H.  Young,  resigned; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  July  21,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  27,  1862,  vice  C.  H.  Skil- 
len,  killed  in  action. 

DUFFY,  HUGH,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Rome  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany G,  May  17,  1861;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, August  31,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, January  16,  1863,  with  rank  from 
August  31,  1862,  vice  W.  H.  Gibbs,  re- 
signed. 

EDMANS,  WILLIAM  M.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Martinsburgh 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  May  17,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  April  3,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  24, 
1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with 
rank  from  April  3,  1862,  vice  S.  W. 
Hazen,  promoted. 

ELLIS,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  15, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  July  18,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  23, 
1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  15,  1862,  vice  F.  M.  But- 
ler, promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 19,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  18, 
1862,  vice  F.  M.  Butler,  promoted. 

FARRAR,  JOHN  C,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  May  17,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  4,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  February  26,  1862; 
discharged  for  disability,  September  23, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  23,  1861,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 4,  1861,  vice  G.  T.  Holling- 


worth,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
March  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  Febru- 
ary 26,  1862,  vice  G.  T.  Hollingworth, 
promoted. 

FOOTE,  ROBERT  H.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Batavia  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  May  17,  1861;  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  June  27,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  23,  1863,  at 
Utica,  N.  Y.;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet;  see  54th  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  17,  1861,  original; 
Captain,  October  9,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  27,  1862,  vice  Lewis  Michaels, 
promoted. 

GEE,  GEORGE  E.,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
May  8,  1861,  at  Batavia  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  May  17,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  February  18, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 

23,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,   July   4,    1861,   with 
rank  from  May  17,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,   March   17,   1863,  with  rank 
from  February  18,  1863,  vice  Delos  Cra- 
mer, dismissed. 

GIBBS,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  May  17,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  Janu- 
ary 10,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  E, 
no  date;  resigned,  July  28,  1862,  at  Har- 
rison's Landing,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  January  10,  1862,  vice 
A.  G.  Bice,  promoted  in  92d  Infantry. 

GOSS,  HENRY,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
May  4,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
May  12,  1862;  transferred  to  Company 
A,  October  I,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
December  13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg, 
Va.;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 

24,  1863,    at    Utica,    N.    Y.;    subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from    May  4,   1861,   original; 
Captain,  June   10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  12,  1862,  vice  Samuel  E.  Thomason, 
discharged. 

GRIFFITH,  GEORGE  W.,  age  26  years; 


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enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  Regi- 
mental Quartermaster-Sergeant,  no 
date;  Sergeant-Major,  January  7,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,  May  12,  1862;  killed  in  action, 
June  30,  1862,  at  Malvern  Cliff,  Va.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  June 
10,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  12,  1862, 
vice  E.  E.  Coatsworth,  promoted. 

GRUNWELL,  ALFRED  B.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  A,  May  17,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant  and  First  Sergeant,  no  dates; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  July  I, 
1862;  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D, 
September  23,  1862;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany E,  January  4,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  Veteran 
Reserve  Corps;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  I,  1862,  vice  G.  W.  Griffith, 
killed  in  action;  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 23,  1862,  vice  John  C.  Farrar,  dis- 
charged. 

HARRER,  FREDERICK,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany C,  May  17,  1861;  died,  as  prisoner 
of  war,  July  13,  1862,  at  Savage  Station, 
Va.,  of  wounds  received  in  action  at 
Games'  Mill,  Va.,  June  27,  1862;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  2,  1861,  original. 

HAZEN,  STERLING  WALLACE,  age 
25  years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Mar- 
tinsburgh  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 
May  17,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  April 

3,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  July  I,  1862, 
at  Malvern  Hill,  Va.;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned    Second    Lieutenant,   July 

4,  1861,   with   rank   from    May   7,    1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  June  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  April  3,  1862,  vice  Cone, 
resigned. 

HEFFRON,  ALFRED  J.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  A,  May  17,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  Sergeant-Major,  May 


26,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  July  i,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  24,  1863, 
at  Utica,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in 
24th  Cavalry;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  July 
I,  1862,  vice  Philip  D.  Altvater,  promoted. 

HERRON,  JOSEPH,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Baldwinsville  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  H,  May  17,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  July  I,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  February 
18,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  23,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  subse- 
quent service  in  I5th  Cavalry;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  February  18,  1863, 
vice  W.  Taylor,  dismissed. 

HEWES,  CHARLES  E.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Chaplain,  May  17,  1861;  dis- 
charged, October  31,  1862;  commissioned 
Chaplain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  17,  1861,  original. 

HOLLINGWORTH,  GEORGE  T.,  age 
30  years;  enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at 
Utica  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May 
17,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  December 
5,  1861;  as  Captain,  February  27,  1862; 
discharged  for  disability,  December  31, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  24, 
1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 23,  1861,  with  rank  from  December 
4,  1861,  vice  Rufus  Daggett,  resigned; 
Captain,  March  27,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  26,  1862,  vice  William  R.  Bra- 
zie,  resigned. 

INGRAHAM,  SAMUEL,  late  Assistant 
Surgeon,  ii7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  Janu- 
ary 26,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Janu- 
ary 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  January  10, 
1863.  vice  J.  E.  West,  promoted. 

JOHNSON,  CHARLES  A.,  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  declined,  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1861,  original ;  see  I7th  Infantry. 

LAHEE,  HORACE  R.,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Lowville  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  May  17,  1861;  mustered  out  with 


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company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet;  commissioned  Captain,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7,  1861, 
original. 

LLOYD,  EDWARD  H.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  Corpo- 
ral, no  date;  Second  Lieutenant,  no 
date;  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  no 
date;  killed  in  action,  June  30,  1862,  at 
Malvern  Cliff,  Va.;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  February  5,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  25,  1861,  vice  Ed- 
ward Warr,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
June  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  27, 
1862,  vice  W.  Rautenberg,  resigned. 

MANNING,  THOMAS,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Herkimer  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  May  17,  1861;  promoted 
Corporal,  July  — ,  1861;  Sergeant,  Sep- 
tember 4,  1861;  Sergeant-Major,  Sep- 
tember 28,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  February  28, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
September  28,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.; 
subsequent  service  in  I3th  Cavalry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
27,  1862,  with  rank  from  February  26, 

1862,  vice  Farrar,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  January   16,  1863, 
with  rank  from  September  28,  1862,  vice 
John  F.  McQuade,  discharged. 

McQUADE,  JAMES,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Colonel,  May  17,  1861; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  May  24, 

1863,  at    Utica,    N.    Y.;    Major-General, 
U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March 
13,    1865;    not     commissioned    Captain; 
commissioned    Colonel,    June    20,    1861, 
with  rank  from   May  10,   1861,  original. 

McQUADE,  JOHN  FRANCIS,  age  27 
years;  enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica 
as  First  Sergeant,  Company  A,  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  May  17,  1861;  dis- 
charged, September  28,  18621,  by  appoint- 
ment as  Captain  and  Aide-de-Camp,  U.  S. 
Volunteers;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Adjutant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  17,  1861,  original. 


McQUADE,  JR.,  MICHAEL,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  at  Utica  May  2,  1861,  as 
Captain,  Company  D,  to  serve  two  years; 
resigned,  May  17,  1861 ;  enrolled  at  Utica 
to  serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  September 
24,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  D,  no 
date;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
22,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y. ;  not  commis- 
sioned Captain;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  9,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  24,  1862,  vice  Coatsworth,  dis- 
charged. 

MERVINE,  CATHARINUS  B.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Utica  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant- 
Major,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  no  date;  acting 
Adjutant,  June  — ,  1862;  discharged,  Au- 
gust n,  1862,  to  accept  appointment  as 
Captain  and  Assistant  Adjutant-General, 
U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  30,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
November  n,  1861,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 24,  1861,  vice  L.  W.  Bradley,  re- 
signed. 

MICHAELS,  LEWIS,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  I,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
E,  May  17,  1861;  transferred  to  Company 
A,  November  25,  1861;  mustered  in  as 
Major,  June  217,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet,  from  March  13,  1865;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original;  Major,  July 
21,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  27,  1862, 
vice  Davies,  promoted. 

MILLER,  JAMES,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
A,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  20,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
October  17,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.; 
Captain,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  20, 
1862,  vice  Rautenberg,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  January  16,  1863,  with  rank 
from  October  17,  1862,  vice  J.  A.  Curry, 
resigned. 

MORGAN,  GEORGE  G,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve 


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two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  May  17,  1861;  re- 
signed, January  4,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  14,  1861,  original. 

MULLER,  CHARLES  F.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Boonville  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  May  17,  1861;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

OSTROM,  THOMAS  L.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Batavia  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  D,  May  17,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  October  18,  1861;  First  Ser- 
geant, September  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  18,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  February  18,  1863,  vice  George  E. 
Gee,  promoted. 

RAUTENBERG,  WILHELM,  age  34 
years;  enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Utica  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  17,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  January  20,  1862;  re- 
signed, April  27,  1862,  at  Yorktown,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  2,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  January  20,  1862,  vice 
Joseph  Smith,  resigned. 

REDDEN,  PETER,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  Utica  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F, 
September  19,  1861;  promoted  Corporal, 
November  i,  1861 ;  Sergeant,  July  18, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  F,  44th 
Infantry,  June  24,  1863,  and  discharged 
therefrom,  August  26,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered,  First 
Lieutenant,  May  20,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  10,  1863,  vice  W.  A.  Rowan,  pro- 
moted. 

REYNOLDS,  JAMES  S.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Hudson  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  May  17,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  July  2,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  September  5,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  23, 
1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service 


in  159th  Infantry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  9,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  5,  1862,  vice  Manning, 
promoted. 

ROWAN,  WILLIAM  A.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  at  Forestport  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  May  i,  1861;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  not  mustered,  May  20, 
1863,  with  rank  from  May  10,  1863,  vice 
Hollingworth,  resigned. 

SEARS,  ALFRED,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Utica  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  May  i,  1861;  as  Captain,  Novem- 
ber 25,  1861;  resigned,  July  10,  1862,  at 
Harrison's  Landing,  Va.;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Jan- 
uary 17,  1862,  with  rank  from  November 
25,  1861,  vice  Davies,  promoted. 

SEYMOUR,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Hudson  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  May  17,  1861;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  23,  1863,  at  Utica,  N. 
Y. ;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  30, 
1861,  original. 

SHUFELT,  PHILIP  W.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  August  n,  1862,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  August  15,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  24,  1863,  at 
Utica,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  August  18,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  II,  1862,  original. 

SKILLEN,  CHARLES  H.,  age  41  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Rome  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  to  serve  two  years;  pro- 
moted Major,  May  8,  1861;  mustered  in 
as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  May  17,  1861; 
killed  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at  Gaines 
Mill,  Va. ;  not  commissioned  Captain; 
commissioned  Major,  June  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original;  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, June  24,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  20,  1861,  vice  Johnson,  not 
mustered. 

SMITH,  JOSEPH,  age  42  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 


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pany  C,  May  17,  1861;  resigned,  January 
20,  1862,  at  Miner's  Hill,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  2,  1861,  original. 

SNYDER,  JOHN  H.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany B,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  23,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at 
Utica,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  23,  1862,  vice  A.  B. 
Grunwell,  promoted. 

SPENCER,  ALBERT  G.(  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  Sergeant-Major,  July  i, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  September  24,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at 
Utica,  N.  Y.;  Captain,  N.  Y.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  24,  1862,  vice  C.  B.  Mervine, 
resigned. 

STRYKER,  JR.,  JOHN,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  2,  1861,  at  Rome  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  May  17,  1861;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  6,  1862;  as  Captain,  July 
20,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  2,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862,  with 
rank  from  February  6,  1862,  vice  S.  B. 
Walworth,  resigned;  Captain,  October  9, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  20,  1862,  vice 
Alfred  Sears,  resigned. 

TAYLOR,  WARREN,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  20,  1862;  cashiered, 
February  18,  1863;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  9,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  20,  1862,  vice  W.  D.  Bowers, 
promoted. 

THOMASON,  SAMUEL  EDWARD,  age 
27  years;  enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at 
Syruacuse  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 


in  as  Captain,  Company  H,  May  17,  i86r, 
discharged  for  disability,  May  12,  1862; 
subsequent  service  in  I76th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  4,  1861,  original. 

TYRRELL,  DAVID  M.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company 
E,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  No- 
vember 23,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  27,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  9,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  27, 
1862,  vice  Delos  Cramer,  promoted. 

WALWORTH,  SETH  B.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Rome  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned, 
February  6,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
I5th  Cavalry;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
2,  1861,  original. 

WARR,  EDWARD,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany E,  May  17,  1861;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, November  25,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  May  15,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  E,  July  i,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y.;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet;  subsequent  service  in 
H7th  Infantry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 25,  1861,  vice  A.  Sears,  promoted; 
Captain,  June  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  15,  1862,  vice  Babcock,  resigned. 

WEST,  JOSEPH  E.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled at  Utica  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  May 
17,  1861;  mustered  out,  November  18, 
1862,  for  promotion  to  Surgeon,  28th  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  17,  1861, 
original. 

YOUNG,  CHARLES  H.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Major,  May  17,  1861;  re- 
signed, November  25,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Major,  June  24,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  20,  1861,  vice  Skillen,  pro- 
moted. 


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FIFTEENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

This  regiment,  organized  as  infantry,  served  as  such  until  October  25,  1861,  when 
by  the  action  of  the  War  Department  it  was  converted  into  a  regiment  of  engineers, 
and  designated  the  I5th  Regiment  Engineers,  under  which  title  its  record  and  service 
will  be  found. 

SIXTEENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

First  St.  Lawrence  County  Regiment;  First  Northern  New  York  Regiment. 

This  regiment,  Col.  Thomas  A.  Davies,  was  accepted  by  the  State  and  received  its 
numerical  designation  M&y  9,  1861 ;  organized  at  Albany  and  there  mustered  in  the 
service  of  the  United  States  for  two  years  May  15,  1861.  In  May,  1863,  the  three  years' 
men  of  the  regiment  were  assigned  to  the  I2ist  N.  Y.  Volunteers. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally:  A  at  Ogdensburg;  B  and  F  at  Potsdam; 
C  and  E  at  Plattsburg;  D  at  Gouverneur;  G  at  DePeyster;  H  at  Stockholm;  I  at 
Malone,  and  K  at  West  Chazy  and  Mooers. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  June  27,  1861 ;  served  at  Washington,  D.  C,  from  June 
29,  1861 ;  in  the  2d  Brigade,  5th  Division,  Army  of  Northeastern  Virginia,  from  July,  1861 ; 
in  Heintzelman's  Brigade,  Division  of  the  Potomac,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Slocum's 
Brigade,  Franklin's  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March  13,  1862; 
in  the  2d  Brigade,  ist  Division,  6th  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  May,  1862;  and, 
commanded  by  Col.  Joel  J.  Seaver,  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  at 
Albany,  May  22,  1863. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  2  officers,  89  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  3  officers,  35  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  i  officer,  83  enlisted  men;  total,  6  officers,  207  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  213;  of 
whom  2  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following 
engagements,  etc.; 


PLACB. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

•d 
£«' 

vi  <a 

13s 
W 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Fairfax  Court  House,  Va  

1861. 
July          1  7 

Bull  Run   Va 

21 

Sept          21 

i 

Pohick  Church,  Va  

Pohick  Church,  Va  

Oct.            4 
1862. 
May           7 

22 

West  Point,  Va  

6 

i 

10 

i? 

Chickahominy,  Va  

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

June  25- 
July  2 
June         27 
28 
3° 
July           i 
Sept.         14 
i? 

Gaines'  Mill  

i 

40 

2 

15 

7 

166 

231 

Glendale  

I 

6 

3 

ii 

Malvern  Hill 

Crampton's  Pass,  Md  
Antietam,  Md  

18 

I 

7 

i 

2 

35 

2 

63 
3 

Franklin's  Crossing,  Va  

1863. 

April    29T 

May    2 
May        3-4 

Marye's  Heights  and  Salem  Church,  Va  

i 

23 

12 

s 

96 

17 

154 
480 

Total  loss  

2 

89 

3 

35 

17 

315 

19 

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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 
THOMAS    A.    DAVIES,    from    May    15, 

1861,  to  March  7,  1862. 

JOSEPH   HOWLAND,  from  March  7  to 

September  28,  1862. 
JOEL   J.    SEAVER,   from    September   29, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 

SAMUEL  MARSH,  from  May  15,  1861,  to 
July  4,  1862. 

JOEL  J.  SEAVER,  from  July  4  to  Sep- 
tember 29,  1862. 

FRANKLIN  PALMER,  from  September  30, 
1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Majors. 

BUEL   PALMER,   from   May   15   to    No- 
vember 11,  1861. 
JOEL  J.    SEAVER,    from    November    n, 

1861,  to  July  4,  1862. 

FRANKLIN   PALMER,  from  July  31   to 

September  30,  1862. 
JOHN  C.  GILMORE,  from  September  29, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Adjutants. 
JOSEPH    HOWLAND,   from   May   15  to 

September  20,   1861. 
ROBERT   P.   WILSON,  from   September 

28,  1861,  to  March  n,  1863. 
DAVID    A.   NEVIN,   from   March    n   to 

May  22,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 

ARTHUR  DEWINT,  from  May  15  to 
October  28,  1861. 

WILLIAM  HENRY  DAVIES,  from  De- 
cember 24,  1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

WILLIAM  B.  CRANDALL,  from  May  15, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
JOHN  HENRY  MOOERS,  from  May  15, 

1861,  to  August  7,  1862. 

CHARLES  C.  MURPHY,  from  August  11, 

1862,  to  January  18,  1863. 
CHARLES     INSLEE     PARDEE,     from 

September  13,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 


Chaplains. 
ROYAL  B.  STRATTON,  from  June  4  to 

October  31,   1861. 
ANDREW  M.  MILLAR,  from  December 

24,  1861,  to  September  26,  1862. 
FRANCIS    B.    HALL,   from    October    17, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captain  s: 
DAVID  A.  NEVIN,  from  May  15,  1861,  to 

July   20,    1862. 

ISAAC  F.  MERRY,  from  July  18,  1862,  to 
May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
PETER    L.    VAN    NESS,    from    May    15, 

1861,  to . 

ISAAC   F.    MERRY,   from   November   n, 

1861,  to  July  18,  1862. 

HENRY  T.  SANFORD,  from  July  18  to 

September  29,  1862. 
OLIVER  B.  FLAGG,  from  September  29, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  L.  JONES,  from  May  15,  1861, 

to    November  8,    1862. 
DAVID    A.    NEVIN,    from    November    8, 

1862,  to  March  n.  1863. 
MICHAEL  COX,  from  March   n  to  May 

22,    1863, 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
JAMES  M.  POMEROY,  from  May  15  to 

July  6,  1861. 
FREDERICK  C.  TAPLEY,  from  July  6, 

1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILSON  HOPKINS,  from  May  15,  1861, 

to  October  15,   1862. 
EDWIN    C.    KNAPP,   from   October   14, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE  L.   EASTMAN,  from  May  15, 

1861,  to  October  7,  1862. 
WILLIAM     E.     HESSELGRAVE,    from 

October  9,  1862,  to  May  3,  1863. 


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OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 
FRANKLIN    PALMER,    from    May    15, 

1861,  to  July  31,  1862. 

PLINY  MOORE,  from  August  7,  1862,  to 
May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ROYAL  CORBIN,  from  May  15,  1861,  to 

August  7,  1862. 
CHARLES  L.  JONES,  from  November  8, 

1862,  to  May  22,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
PLINY  MOORE,  from  May   15,   1861,  to 

August  7,  1862. 
IRA  W.  HARE,  from  July  14,  1862,  to  May 

22,    1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captain: 

GEORGE  PARKER,  from  May  15,  1861, 
to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ALBERT    M.    BARNEY,    from    May    10, 

1861,  to  June  26,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  WALLING,  from  July  4, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  P.  WILSON,  from  May  15  to 
September  28,  1861. 

WILLIAM  H.  WALLING,  from  Septem- 
ber 28,  1861,  to  July  4,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  MORRIS,  from  Novem- 
ber 15,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
JOHN  L.  STETSON,  from  May  15,  1861, 

to  March  20,  1862. 
RANSOM  M.   PIERCE,  from  April  5  to 

June  26,  1862. 
ALBERT    M.    BARNEY,    from   June    26, 

1862,  to  January  21,  1863. 
CHARLES  H.  BENTLEY,  from  January 

21  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
RANSOM    M.    PIERCE,    from    May    15, 

1861,   to  April  5,   1862. 
CHARLES    H.    BENTLEY,    from   March 

13,  1862,  to  January  21,  1863. 
ASAPH  DODGE,  from  January  21  to  May 

22,  1863. 


Second  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  H.  BENTLEY,  from  May  15, 

1861,  to  March  13,  1862. 
PETER  LAFONTAINE,  from  March   13, 

to  June  28,  1862. 
ASAPH   DODGE,  from  June  25,  1862,  to 

January  21,  1863. 
LEONARD  J.  PIERCE,  from  January  21 

to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

JOHN  C.  GILMORE,  from  May  15,  1861, 

to  September  29,  1862. 
HENRY  T.  SANFORD,  from  September 

29,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lic:ttcnant  : 

JOHN  A.  VANCE,  from  May  15,  1861,  to 
June  3,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOSEPH  HOLBROOK,  from  May  15  to 

August  28,  1861. 
HENRY  T.  SANFORD,  from  August  29, 

1861,  to  July  18,  1862. 

WILLIAM    R.    HELMS,    from    October 
14,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
N.  MARTIN  CURTIS,  from  May  15,  1861, 

to  October  21,  1862. 
WILLIAM    L.    BEST,    from    October   24, 

1862,  to  June  3,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
SIMON  C.  VEDDER,  from  May  15,  1861, 

to  September  13,  1862. 
WILLIAM  L.  BEST,  from  September  14 

to  October  24,  1862.    . 
ANDREW  C.  BAYNE,  from  October  21, 

1862,  to  June  3,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  L.  BEST,  from  May  15,  1861, 

to  September  14,  1862. 
ANDREW   C.    BAYNE,    from    September 

13  to  October  21,  1862. 
JOHN    H.    AUSTIN,    from    October    21, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 


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OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
WARREN   GIBSON,  from  May  15,   1861, 

to  October  14,  1862. 

WILSON  HOPKINS,  from  October  15, 
1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ALANSON  M.  BARNARD,  from  May  15, 

1861,  to  June  27,  1862. 

PETER  LAFONTAINE,  from  June  28  to 

October  7,  1862. 
NELSON  Z.  COZZENS,  from  October  7, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ARCHIBALD  S.  TUCKER,  from  May 
15  to  June  20,  1861. 

SAMUEL  W.  WEBSTER,  from  June  20, 
1861,  to  February  22,  1862. 

FRANK  H.  HAMILTON,  JR.,  from  Feb- 
ruary 22  to  September  13,  1862. 

CHARLES  A.  BROWN,  from  November 
15,  1862,  to  May  31,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 

Captains : 

JOEL  J.  SEAVER,  from  May  15  to  No- 
vember u,  1861. 

PETER  L.  VAN  NESS,  from  ,  to 

December  6,  1862. 

CHARLES  M.  HILLIKER,  from  Decem- 
ber 6,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
FREDERICK   F.   WEAD,   from   May   15, 

1861,  to  August  9,  1862. 

SAMUEL  W.  GLEASON,  from  August  9, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

MILTON  E.  ROBERTS,  from  May  15  to 
November  19,  1861. 

CHARLES  M.  HILLIKER,  from  Novem- 
ber 19,  1861,  to  December  6,  1862. 

ENOS  HINMAN,  from  December  6,  1862, 
to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 

Captain : 

WILLIAM  W.  WOOD,  from  May  15, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 


First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  McFADDEN,  from   May  15,  1861, 

to  August  8,  1862. 
WILLIAM  H.  JAMERSON,  from  August 

8,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

HENRY  J.  CARLTON,  from  May  15, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

CORBIN,  ROYAL,  as  Captain. 

MOORE,    PLINY,  as   First  Lieutenant. 

SNYDER,  JOHN,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

HUTTON,  WILLIAM  W.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

KIMBERLY,  ALEXANDER  D.,  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. 

MEDALS  OF  HONOR  GRANTED  BY  THE  PRESI- 
DENT TO 

ALLEN,  JAMES,  Private,  Company  F, 
for  capture  of  flag  of  i6th  Georgia  (C. 
S.  A.)  at  the  battle  of  South  Mountain, 
Md.,  September  14,  1862. 

GILMORE,  JOHN  C,  Major,  for  most 
distinguished  gallantry  at  the  battle  of 
Salem  Heights,  Va.,  May  3,  1863. 

HALL,  FRANCIS  B.,  Chaplain,  for  dis- 
tinguished bravery  at  the  battle  of  Sa- 
lem Heights,  Va.,  May  3,  1863. 

MOFFIT,  JOHN  H.,  Corporal,  Company 
C,  for  great  bravery  at  the  battle  of 
Games'  Mill,  Va.,  June  27,  1862. 

Record  of  the  Officers, 

AUSTIN,  JOHN  H.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  DePeyster  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  May  15,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  21,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  21,  1862,  vice 
Bayne,  promoted. 

BARNARD,  ALANSON  M.,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Stock- 
holm to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May 
15,  1861;  killed  in  action,  June  27,  1862, 


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at  Games'  Mill,  Va. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  8,  1861,  original. 

BARNEY,  ALBERT  M.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Gouverneur 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  15,  1861; 
as  Captain,  Company  E,  June  26,  1862; 
discharged,  January  21,  1863,  for  promo- 
tion to  Lieutenant-Colonel,  I42d  In- 
fantry; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  2,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  December  8,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  26,  1862,  vice 
Pierce,  resigned. 

BAYNE,  ANDREW  C,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  DePeyster  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  May  15,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  13,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  October  21,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at  Sa- 
lem Church,  Va.;  mustered  out,  June 

3,  1863,   at   Albany,   N.   Y. ;   subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  com- 
missioned  Second    Lieutenant,   October 

4,  1862,  with  rank  from  September   13, 
1862,  vice   Best,   promoted;    First   Lieu- 
tenant,   December    18,    1862,   with    rank 
from  October  21,  1862,  vice   Best,  pro- 
moted. 

BENTLEY,  CHARLES  H.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Malone  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  May  15,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  March  13,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at 
Games'  Mill,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, January  21,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  2d  Veteran 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7, 

1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  April  5, 

1862,  with   rank   from    March    13,    1862, 
vice    Pierce,    promoted;    Captain,    Feb- 
ruary 24,  1863,  with  rank  from  January 
21,    1863,    vice    Barney,    promoted    Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, I42d  Infantry. 

BEST,  WILLIAM  L.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  May  15,  1861;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, September  14,  1862;  as  Captain, 
October  24,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 


May  3,  1863,  at  Salem  Church,  Va.; 
mustered  out,  June  3,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
7,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  Oc- 
tober 4,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 13,  1862,  vice  Vedder,  resigned; 
Captain,  December  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  31,  1862,  vice  Curtis,  pro- 
moted. 

BROWN,  CHARLES  A.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  at  Malone  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  I, 
September  5,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant, 
January  — ,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  H,  November 
15,  1862;  mustered  out,  May  31,  1863,  at 
camp  near  Falmouth,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  October  4, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  13,  1862, 
vice  Hamilton,  Jr.,  resigned. 

CARLTON,  HENRY  J.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  West  Chazy 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  15, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  8,  1861,  original. 

CORBIN,  ROYAL,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  Plattsburg  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  May  15,  1861;  resigned, 
August  7,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  30,  1861,  original;  Captain,  not 
mustered,  July  4,  1862,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  Palmer,  promoted. 

COX,  MICHAEL,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
April  18,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  May  15,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  March  n,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 

1863,  at    Albany,    N.    Y. ;    commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,    May    8,    1863,    with 
rank   from   March   n,   1863,  vice  Nevins, 
promoted. 

COZZENS,  NELSON  Z.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  at  Bakersville  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  October  7,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  to  date  October 
7,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  May  3, 


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1863,  at  Salem  Church,  Va.;  mustered 
out,  to  date  May  22,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
December  18,  1862,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 7,  1862,  vice  LaFontaine,  dis- 
charged. 

CRANDALL,  WILLIAM  B.,  age  27 
years;  enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  May 
15,  1861;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  subse- 
quent service  in  U.  S.  Colored  Troops; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original. 

CURTIS,  NEWTON  MARTIN,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  De- 
Peyster  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  G,  May  15,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  May  7,  1862,  at  West 
Point,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  October  21, 
1862,  at  Washington,  D.  C,  for  promo- 
tion to  Lieutenant-Colonel,  i42d  Infan- 
try; commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

DAVIES,  THOMAS  A.,  U.  S.  Military 
Academy;  Brevet  Second  Lieutenant, 
1st  U.  S.  Infantry,  July  i,  1829;  re- 
signed, October  31,  1831;  age  51  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  May  15, 
1861;  discharged,  March  7,  1862,  by  pro- 
motion to  Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Vol- 
unteers; commissioned  Colonel,  June  30, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  10,  1861, 
original. 

DAVIES,  WILLIAM  HENRY,  age  41 
years;  enrolled  October  20,  1861,  near 
Alexandria,  Va.,  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Quartermaster,  Decem- 
ber 24,  1861;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Quartermaster,  October 
29,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  28, 
1861,  vice  DeWindt,  resigned. 

DEWINT,  ARTHUR,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Quartermaster,  May 
15,  1861;  resigned,  October  28,  1861; 
subsequent  service  in  I28th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Quartermaster,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  10,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

DODGE,  ASAPH,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 


pany F,  May  15,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date;  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  June  25,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  January  21,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  8,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  27,  1862,  vice 
LaFontaine,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, February  24,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  21,  1863,  vice  Bentley,  pro- 
moted. 

EASTMAN,  GEORGE  L.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  15,  1861; 
resigned,  October  7,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  30,  1861,  original. 

FLAGG,  OLIVER  B.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  18,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  May  15,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 29,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
subsequent  service  in  I4th  Artillery; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
29,  1862,  vice  Sanford,  promoted. 

GIBSON,  WARREN,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Stockholm  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  May  15,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at 
Games'  Mill,  Va. ;  discharged  for  disabil- 
ity from  wounds,  October  14,  1862; 
Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  brevet; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  8,  1861,  original. 

GILMORE,  JOHN  C.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  F,  May  15,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862, 
at  Games'  Mill,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  Major, 
September  29,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
medal  of  honor;  subsequent  service  in 
I93d  Infantry;  see  I42d  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original;  Major, 
December  18,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 29,  1862,  vice  Palmer,  promoted. 


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GLEASON,  SAMUEL  W.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  at  Malone  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
I,  September  27,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  August  9,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at 
Albany,  N.  Y.;  enrolled  September  2, 
1864,  at  Fort  Covington  to  serve  one 
year;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
E,  6oth  Infantry,  September  12,  1864; 
mustered  out,  June  23,  1865,  at  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  October  4,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  9,  1862,  vice  Wead,  re- 
signed. 

HALL,  FRANCIS  B.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled at  White  Oak  Church,  Va.,  to 
serve  —  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Chaplain,  October  17,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  May  22,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  medal  of  honor;  commissioned 
Chaplain,  December  10,  1862,  with  rank 
from  October  17,  1862,  vice  Millar,  re- 
signed. 

HAMILTON,  JR.,  FRANK  H.,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  at  Alexandria,  Va.,  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  H,  February 
22,  1862;  resigned,  September  13,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
20,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice 
Webster,  resigned. 

HARE,  IRA  W.,  age  29  years;  enrolled  at 
Plattsburg  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Sergeant,  Company  C,  May 
15,  1861;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  14,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 8,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  4,  1862, 
vice  P.  Moore,  promoted. 

HELMS,  WILLIAM  R.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  F,  May  15,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  14,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I4th  Artillery;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  18,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  14,  1862,  vice  Kim- 
berly,  dropped  from  the  rolls. 


HESSELGRAVE,  WILLIAM  E.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  B,  May  15,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  July  8,  1861;  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  9,  1862;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, May  3,  1863,  at  Salem  Church,  Va.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
9,  1862,  vice  Eastman,  resigned. 

HILLIKER,  CHARLES  M.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  Malone  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  May  15,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  November  19, 
1861;  as  Captain,  December  6,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at 
Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  12,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  19,  1861,  vice  Roberts, 
resigned;  Captain,  December  18,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  6,  1862,  vice 
Van  Ness,  resigned. 

HINMAN,  ENOS,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  Malone  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
I,  May  15,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  6,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 6,  1862,  vice  Hilliker,  promoted. 

HOLBROOK,  JOSEPH,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  15,  1861; 
died,  of  disease,  August  28,  1861,  at  Alex- 
andria, Va.;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
7,  1861,  original. 

HOPKINS,  WILSON,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  May  15,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  July  21,  1861,  at  Bull 
Run,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany H,  October  15,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  30, 

1861,  original;     Captain,     December     18, 

1862,  with   rank  from   October    14,    1862, 
vice  Gibson,  discharged. 


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ROWLAND,  JOSEPH,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Adjutant,  May  15,  1861; 
discharged,  September  20,  1861,  for  ap- 
pointment as  Captain  and  Assistant  Ad- 
jutant-General, U.  S.  Volunteers;  enrolled 
and  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  this  regi- 
ment, March  7,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
June  27,  1862,  at  Games'  Mill,  Va. ;  re- 
signed, September  28,  1862;  Brigadier- 
General,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet, 
from  March  13,  1865;  commissioned  Ad- 
jutant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1861,  original;  Colonel,  March  12, 
1862,  with  rank  from  March  7,  1862,  vice 
Davies,  promoted  Brigadier-General,  U. 
S.  Volunteers. 

HUTTON,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  20  years, 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant-Major,  May 
15,  1861;  transferred  as  First  Sergeant  to 
Company  D,  no  date;  wounded  in  action, 
September  14,  1862,  at  Crampton's  Pass, 
Md. ;  died,  of  his  wounds,  November  15, 
1862,  at  Burkittsville,  Va. ;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 8,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  26,  1862, 
vice  Walling,  promoted. 

JAMERSON,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  38  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  West  Chazy  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  May  15,  1861;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  8,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  October 
4,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  8,  1862, 
vice  McFadden,  died,  of  wounds  received 
in  action. 

JONES,  CHARLES  L.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled April  18,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  15,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  September  14,  1862, 
at  Crampton's  Pass,  Md. ;  promoted  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  November  8, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  24,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  October  4,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  7,  1862,  vice  Moore,  pro- 
moted. 

KIMBERLY,  ALEXANDER  D.,  age  27 
years;  enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Stock- 
holm to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 


First  Sergeant,  Company  H,  May  15, 
1861;  dropped  from  the  rolls,  October  14, 
1862;  taken  up  and  reinstated  as  Private, 
May  12,  1863;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  8,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  18,  1862,  vice  Sanford,  pro- 
moted. 

KNAPP,  EDWIN  C,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany B,  May  15,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  July  6,  1861;  First  Lieutenant, 
October  14,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
subsequent  service  in  iQ3d  Infantry;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  December  18, 
1862,  with  rank  from  October  14,  1862, 
vice  Hopkins,  promoted. 

LAFONTAINE,  PETER,  age  25  years; 

enrolled  at  Plattsburg  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany E,  May  2,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, March  13,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  June  28,  1862;  resigned,  Oc- 
tober 7,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, April  5,  1862,  with  rank  from 
March  13,  1862,  vice  Bentley,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  8,  1862,  with 
rank  from  June  27,  1862,  vice  Barnard, 
killed  in  action. 

MARSH,  SAMUEL,  age  42  years;  enrolled 
at  Albany  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  May  15, 
1861;  wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862, 
at  Games'  Mill,  Va. ;  died,  of  his  wounds, 
July  4,  1862;  commissioned  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  June  30,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  10,  1861,  original. 

McFADDEN,  JOHN,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled April  27,  1861,  at  West  Chazy  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  15,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at 
Games'  Mill,  Va. ;  died,  of  his  wounds, 
August  8,  1862,  at  Washington,  D.  C.; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  8,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

MERRY,  ISAAC  F.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
April  18,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  May  15,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, November  n,  1861;  wounded  in 


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action,  June  27,  1862,  at  Games'  Mill,  Va.; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  July  18,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  January  27,  1862,  with 
rank  from  December  21,  1861,  vice  Van 
Ness,  promoted;  Captain,  December  8, 

1862,  with  rank  from  July  18,  1862,  vice 
Nevins,  resigned. 

MILLAR,  ANDREW  M.,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  November  II,  1861,  near  Alex- 
andria, Va.,  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Chaplain,  December  24,  1861;  re- 
signed, September  26,  1862;  commissioned 
Chaplain,  January  16,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  4,  1862,  vice  Stratton,  resigned. 

MOOERS,  JOHN  HENRY,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
May  15,  1861;  discharged,  August  7,  1862; 
subsequent  service  in  n8th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  14,  1861, 
original. 

MOORE,  PLINY,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
at  Plattsburg  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  May  15,  1861;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, June  27,  1862,  at  Games'  Mill,  Va. ; 
promoted  Captain,  August  7,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at 
Albany,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  26th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  30, 
1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  not  mus- 
tered, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  Corbin,  promoted;  Captain,  October 
4,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  7,  1862, 
vice  Corbin,  resigned. 

MORRIS,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  D,  May  15,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  November  15,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  to  date 
November  15,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
subsequent  service  in  20th  Battery;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  May  8, 

1863,  with  rank  from  November  15,  1862, 
vice  Hutton,  died,  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

MURPHY,  CHARLES  C,  age  38  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 


August  ii,  1862;  resigned,  January  18, 
1863;  subsequent  service  in  I2th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  August 

19,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  7,  1862, 
vice  Mooers,  resigned. 

NEVIN,  DAVID  A.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  18,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  May  15,  1861;  resigned,  July 

20,  1862;    again   enrolled   at   Oswegatchie 
to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Private,    Company    A,    August    23,    1862; 
as      Second      Lieutenant,      November      8, 
1862;   as  Adjutant,  March  n,   1863;  mus- 
tered   out  with   regiment,    May   22,    1863, 
at    Albany,    N.    Y.;    subsequent    service 
in     I42d     Infantry;     commissioned     Cap- 
tain, July  4,    1861,  with  rank  from   April 
24,     1861,    original;     Second    Lieutenant, 
October    4,    1862,    with    rank    from    Au- 
gust   23,     1862,     vice    Jones,    promoted; 
Adjutant,   May  8,    1863,   with   rank   from 
March    n,    1863,    vice   Wilson,   promoted 
Captain    and    Assistant   Adjutant-General 
of  Volunteers. 

PALMER,  BUEL,  age  38  years;  enrolled 
at  Albany  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Major,  May  15,  1861;  dis- 
missed, November  11, 1861;  commissioned 
Major,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1861,  original. 

PALMER,  FRANKLIN,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  at  Plattsburg  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  C, 
May  15,  1861;  as  Major,  July  31,  1862;  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  September  30,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at  Salem 
Church,  Va.;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  30,  1861,  original;  Major,  Au- 
gust 20,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  4, 
1862,  vice  Seaver,  promoted;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  December  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  29,  1862,  vice  Seaver, 
promoted. 

PARDEE,  CHARLES  INSLEE,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  August  30,  1862,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  September  13, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent 
service  as  Surgeon,  4th  Brigade,  Militia, 
in  1863;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
September  3,  1862,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  original. 


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PARKER,  GEORGE,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Gouverneur  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  May  15,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  June  30,  1862,  at 
Glendale,  Va.;  mustered  out,  to  date 
May  22,  1863;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  2, 
1861,  original. 

PIERCE,  LEONARD  J.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Beekmantown 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  May  15,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  21,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22,  1863, 
at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  24,  1863,  with  rank 
from  January  21,  1863,  vice  Dodge,  pro- 
moted. 

PIERCE,  RANSOM  M.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Plattsburg  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  15,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  April  5,  1862;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  June  26,  1862; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  April  5,  1862,  with 
rank  from  March  13,  1862,  vice  Stetson, 
promoted  Lieutenant-Colonel,  59th  In- 
fantry. 

POMEROY,  JAMES  M.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  May  15,  1861 ;  resigned, 
July  6,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  U.  S. 
Veteran  Volunteers;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  30,  1861,  original. 

ROBERTS,  MILTON  E.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  Malone  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  15,  1861; 
resigned,  November  19,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

SANFORD,  HENRY  T.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  May  15,  1861,  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  29,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  July  18, 
1862;  as  Captain,  Company  F,  September 
29,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  22,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 

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sioned      Second     Lieutenant,      September 
19,     1861,    with    rank     from    August    28, 

1861,  original ;     First     Lieutenant,     De- 
cember   8,    1862,    with    rank    from    July 
18,    1862,    vice    Merry,    promoted;    Cap- 
tain, December   18,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September    29,    1862,    vice    Gilmore,    pro- 
moted. 

SEAVER,  JOEL  J.,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Malone  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  I,  May  15,  1861 ;  promoted 
Major,  November  n,  1861;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  July  4,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Colonel,  September  29,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  22,  1863,  at 
Albany,  N.  Y. ;  Brigadier-General,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original; 
Major,  December  12,  1861,  with  rank  from 
November  n,  1861,  vice  Buel  Palmer,  dis- 
missed; Lieutenant-Colonel,  August  30, 

1862,  with   rank   from   July  4,   1862,   vice 
Marsh,   died,   of   wounds   received  in   ac- 
tion ;    Colonel,    November   29,    1862,    with 
rank     from     September     29,     1862,     vice 
Rowland,  resigned. 

SNYDER,  JOHN,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original ;  see 
6oth  Infantry. 

STETSON,  JOHN  L.,  age  27  years,  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Plattsburg  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  E, 
May  15,  1861;  mustered  out,  March  20, 
1862,  at  Washington,  D.  C,  for  promotion 
to  Lieutenant-Colonel,  59th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

STRATTON,  ROYAL  B.,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  June  4, 
1861;  discharged,  October  31,  1861; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  September  30, 
1861,  with  rank  from  June  24,  1861, 
original. 

TAPLEY,  FREDERICK  C,  age  29 
years;  enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant- 
Major,  May  15,  1861;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  July  6,  1861;  mustered  out,  to 
date  May  22,  1863;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, August  14,  1861,  with  rank  from 
July  6,  1861,  original. 


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TUCKER,  ARCHIBALD  S.,  age  33 
years;  enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Stock- 
holm to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
May  15,  1861;  discharged  for  disability, 
June  20,  1861;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  8,  1861,  original. 

VANCE,  JOHN  A.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled April  27,  1861,  at  Potsdam  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  15,  1861; 
mustered  out,  June  3,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7, 

1861,  original. 

VAN  NESS,  PETER  L.,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  April  15,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  15, 
1861;  as  Captain,  Company  I,  no  date; 
resigned,  December  6,  1862;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  24,  1861,  original; 
Captain,  December  16,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  u,  1861,  vice  Seaver, 
promoted. 

VEDDER,  SIMON  C,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered,  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  May  15,  1861;  discharged, 
September  13,  1862;  subsequent  service 
in  U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  14,  1861,  original. 

WALLING,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Gouverneur 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  D,  May  15, 
1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  September 
28,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  September  14, 

1862,  at  Crampton's  Pass,  Va.,  and  May  3, 

1863,  at  Salem  Church,  Va. ;  mustered  out 
with  company,   May  22,    1863,    at   Albany, 
N.   Y.;   subsequent  service  in   I42d   In- 
fantry;  commissioned    Second   Lieuten- 


ant, October  29,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  20,  1861,  vice  Wilson,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  December  8, 

1862,  with  rank  from  June  26,  1862,  vice 
Barney,  promoted. 

WEAD,  FREDERICK  F.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Malone  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  15,  1861; 
resigned,  August  9,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  98th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

WEBSTER,  SAMUEL  W.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Stockholm 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  H,  May  15,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  June  20, 
1861;  resigned,  February  22,  1862;  sub- 
sequent service  in  I5th  Engineers; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  June  14,  1861, 
vice  A.  S.  Tucker,  discharged. 

WILSON,  ROBERT  P.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Gouverneur 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  15, 
1861;  as  Adjutant,  September  28,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at 
Gaines  Mill,  Va.;  discharged,  March  n, 

1863,  for    promotion    to   Assistant   Ad- 
jutant-General, U.   S.  Volunteers;   com- 
missioned   Second    Lieutenant,    July    4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  2,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Adjutant,  September  20,  1861,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  Howland,  pr/o- 
moted. 

WOOD,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  April  27,  1861,  at  West  Chazy 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  K,  May  15,  1861; 
captured  in  action,  May  3,  1863,  at 
Salem  Church,  Va.;  escaped,  no  date; 
mustered  out,  to  date  May  22,  1863; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  8,  1861,  original. 


SEVENTEENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Westchester  Chasseurs. 

This  regiment,  Col.  Henry  S.  Lansing,  was  accepted  by  the  State  and  numerically 
designated  May  14,  1861 ;  it  was  organized  in  New  York  city  and  there  mustered  in  the 
United  States  service  for  two  years  May  28,  1861.  The  i8th  State  Militia  furnished 
men  for  one  company  of  this  regiment.  March  16,  1862,  Company  G  was  consolidated 


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with  Companies  A,  B,  C  and  F,  and  replaced  by  Company  A,  53d  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  first 
organization,  transferred  to  the  regiment.  May  13,  1863,  the  three  years'  men  of  the 
regiment  were  detached  from  it  and  assigned  to  the  Battalion  of  New  York  Volunteers, 
but  June  23,  1863,  transferred  to  the  I46th  N.  Y.  Volunteers. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally:  A  at  Yonkers;  B  at  Portchester;  C  at 
Morrisania;  D  and  E  at  New  York  city;  F  at  Sing  Sing;  G  —  Nyack  Volunteers  —  at 
Nyack;  H  at  Norwich;  I  at  Newark,  Arcadia  and  Sodus;  K  at  Warsaw;  and  the  second 
Company  G  at  New  York  city. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  June  21,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C, 
from  June  23,  1861 ;  at  Fort  Ellsworth,  D.  C,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Butterfield's 
Brigade,  Porter's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1862;  in  same  brigade 
and  division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March  13,  1862;  in  the  3d  Brigade, 
ist  Division,  5th  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  May,  1862,  and  was  honorably  dis- 
charged and  mustered  out,  under  Colonel  Lansing,  June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  3  officers,  26  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  2  officers,  n  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  3  officers,  45  enlisted  men;  total,  8  officers,  82  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  90;  and 
it  took  part  in  the  following  engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Siege  of  Yorktown,  Va  

1862. 
April  5- 
May  4 
May          22 

June  25- 
July  2 

Near  Mechanicsville,  Va  

2 

8 

a 
8 

3 
183 

Hanover  Court  House,  Va  

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

White  House  

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

Aug.  27- 
Sept.  2 
Aug.         30 
Sept.         17 

3 

24 

,  i 

9 

8 

92 

46 

Bull  Run  

Antietam,  Md  

Near  Shepherdstown,  Va  

20 
Dec.    11—15 

Fredericksburg,  Va  

i 

5 

19 

Richards'  Ford,  Va  

30-31 
1863. 
May       1—3 

Chancellorsville,  Va  

U.  S.  Ford,  Va  

4 

5 

i 

321 

Loss  on  picket  

Total  loss  

3 

26 

2 

ii 

10 

108 

61 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonel. 

HENRY    SEYMOUR    LANSING,    from 
May  24,  1861,  to  June  2,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 

THOMAS    FORD    MORRIS,    from    May 

24,  1861,  to  May  9,  1862. 
NELSON    B.    BARTRAM,    from    May    10, 

1862,  to  June  2,  1863. 

Majors. 

CHARLES  A.  JOHNSON,  from  May  24 
to  October  4,  1861. 


NELSON  B.  BARTRAM,  from  December 

5,  1861,  to  May  10,  1862. 
WILLIAM   T.    C.    GROWER,   from  June 

20,  1862,  to  June  2,  1863. 

Adjutants. 

JAMES      BRAINARD     TAYLOR,      from 

May  24,  1861,  to  January  28,  1862. 
GEORGE  REYNOLDS,  from  January  31 

to  July  15,  1862. 
GEORGE     SIBBALD     WILSON,     from 

July  15,  1862,  to  February  7,  1863. 
WALDO  SPRAGUE,  from  February  15  to 

June  2,  1863. 


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Quartermaster. 

GARDNER  SPRING  HAWES,  from  May 
24,  1861,  to  June  2,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

JAMES    CATARINE    STEWART,    from 
May  24,  1861,  to  June  2,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
AZARIAH   B.   SHIPMAN,  from   May  29 

to  September  13,  1861. 
HILAND  A.  WEED,  from  September  20 

to  December  12,  1861. 
LEWIS  TICE,  from  December  12,  1861,  to 

June  2,  1863. 
I.    NEWTON    GOFF,    from    August    26, 

1862,  to  June  2,  1863. 

Chaplain. 

THOMAS    G.    CARVER,    from   June    n, 
1861,  to  July  30,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
CHARLES    H.    SMITH,    from    May    20, 

1861,  to  July  23,  1862. 
ISAAC  D.  BLAUVELT,  from  July  23  to 

August  30,  1862. 

TERRENCE    VINCENT    FOLEY,    from 
October  22,  1862,  to  June  2,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE    REYNOLDS,    from    May    20, 

1861,  to  January  31,  1862. 
TERRENCE     VINCENT     FOLEY.     from 

January  30  to  October  22,  1862. 
IRVING   D.    SMITH,    from    October    22, 

1862,  to  January  I,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ROMEYN  BOGARDUS,  from  May  20  to 

August  8,  1861. 
TERRENCE    VINCENT    FOLEY,    from 

August  9,  1861,  to  January  30,  1862. 
JAMES  FOX,  from  January  30  to  July  15, 

1862. 
EDWIN  H.  BEARDSLEY,  from  May  10 

to  August  14,  1862. 
MARTIN   SKULLY,  from  January   13   to 

June  2,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

NELSON    B.    BARTRAM,   from   May  22 
to  December  5,  1861. 


LUTHER  CALDWELL,  from  October  25 

to  December  16,  1861. 
CHARLES  HILBERT,  from  December  5, 

1861,  to  June  2,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  VICKERS,  from  May  22  to  Au- 
gust 3,  1861. 

CHARLES  HILBERT,  from  August  3  to 
December  5,  1861. 

DANIEL  BERRIEN,  JR.,  from  December 
20,  1861,  to  April  4,  1862. 

HIRAM  WILDE,  from  April  i  to  Septem- 
ber i,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  HILBERT,  from  May  22  to 
August  3,  1861. 

DANIEL  BERRIEN,  JR.,  from  August  28 
to  December  20,  1861. 

GEORGE  SIBBALD  WILSON,  from  De- 
cember 12,  1861,  to  July  15,  1862. 

CORNELIUS  GREEN,  from  July  28,  1862, 
to  January  i,  1863. 

THOMAS  E.  BEAL,  from  January  i  to 
June  2,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

JOHN  W.  LYON,  from  May  20  to  No- 
vember 9,  1861. 

MICAH  JAY  KELLY,  from  November  9, 
1861,  to  June  2,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
MICAH   JAY   KELLY,   from   May  20  to 

November  9,  1861. 
HIRAM  WILDE,  from  November  9,  1861, 

to  April  i,  1862. 
DANIEL  BERRIEN,  JR.,  from  April  4  to 

September  9,  1862. 
HARVEY    WILFRED    BENSON,    from 

September  10,  1862,  to  June  20,  1863. 
JOSEPH  FOULKE,  from  ,  to  June 

2,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  EVERDELL,  from  May  20  to 
November  9,  1861. 

GEORGE  EDWIN  INGALLS,  from  No- 
vember 9  to  December  3,  1861. 

HARVEY  WILFRED  BENSON,  from 
November  17,  1861,  to  September  10, 
1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  CLARKSON,  from  No- 
vember 23,  1862,  to  June  2,  1863. 


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OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
CHARLES  A.  JOHNSON,  from  April  26 

to  May  24,  1861. 
WILLIAM   T.    C.   GROWER,  from   May 

20,  1861,  to  June  20,  1862. 
JOHN   BURLEIGH,  from  May   10,   1862, 
to  February  14,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
BENJAMIN    SEAWARD,   from   May   20, 

1861,  to  January  8,  1862. 
JOHN    BURLEIGH,    from    March    17   to 

May  10,  1862. 
ROBERT   L.    LIVINGSTON,   from   May 

10  to  November  30,  1862. 
JOHN  P.  HOLLERS,  from  January  i  to 

June  2,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  BURLEIGH,  from  May  20  to  Oc- 
tober 25,  1861. 

ORRIN  M.  FITCH,  from  November  i, 
1861,  to  January  24,  1862. 

JOHN  P.  HOLLERS,  from  December  11, 

1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 

JOSEPH  W.  MOREY,  from  August  30  to 

December  i,  1862. 
LYCURGUS  D.   LUSK,  from  August  30, 

1862,  to  January  I,  1863. 
CORNELIUS    GREEN,    from   January    i 

to  February  14,  1863. 

CHARLES  H.  PEASE,  from  February  28 
to  June  2,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
CHARLES    G.    STONE,    from    May    21, 

1861,  to  February  22,  1862. 
LUTHER  CALDWELL,  from   March   17 

to  August  14,  1862. 
LIVINGSTON    LANSING,   from   August 

14,  1862,  to  January  17,  1863. 
HIRAM  WILDE,  from  ,  to  June  2, 

1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  C.  SO  REN,  from  May  21  to 
December  il,  1861. 

LIVINGSTON  LANSING,  from  De- 
cember 20,  1861,  to  August  14,  1862. 

EDWIN  H.  BEARDSLEY,  from  August 
14,  1862,  to  June  2,  1863. 


Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  F.  McCANN,  from  May  21  to 
August  2,  1861. 

DAVID  DRAKE,  from  August  27  to  No- 
vember 27,  1861. 

GEORGE  EDWIN  INGALLS,  from  De- 
cember 3,  1861,  to  November  10,  1862. 

JOHN  G.  FAWKNER,  from  January  i 
to  April  23,  1863. 

EDWARD  A.  COWDREY,  from  May 
14  to  June  2,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 

Captains: 

FRANKLIN  J.  DAVIS,  from  May  22  to 

August  2,   1861. 
JOHN  VICKERS,  from  August  3,  1861, 

to  June  2,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
R.  STEWART  HART,  from  May  22  to 

June  24,   1861. 
ISAAC  D.  BLAUVELT,  from  August  3, 

1861,  to  July  23,  1862. 

WALDO  SPRAGUE,  from  July  14,  1862, 

to  January  I,  1863. 
IRVING   D.    SMITH,    from   January   i    to 

June  2,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  MATTOCKS,  from  May  22 
to  July  31,  1861. 

HIRAM  WILDE,  from  August  28  to 
November  9,  1861. 

HERBERT  HARRIS  HALL,  from  No- 
vember 10,  1861,  to  February  6,  1862. 

IRVING  D.  SMITH,  from  July  i  to  Oc- 
tober 22,  1862. 

JOHN  G.  FAWKNER,  from  August  30, 

1862,  to  January  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
JAMES  H.   DEMAREST,  from  May  24, 

1861,  to  March  17,   1862. 
WILLIAM   WALLACE   ARMSTRONG, 

from  March  8  to  September  2,  1862. 
HIRAM    WILDE,    from     September     I, 

1862,  to  . 

First  Lieutenants: 

LUTHER  CALDWELL,  from  May  24  to 
October  25,  1861. 


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JOHN    BURLEIGH,    from    October    25, 

1861,  to   March  17,   1862. 
CHARLES  E.  PERRY,  from  March  8  to 

September  8,   1862. 
JOSEPH    W.    MOREY,   from    December 

i,  1862,  to . 

JOSEPH   FOULKE,  from  December   15, 

1862,  to  . 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  H.  CHRISTIE,  from  May  7  to 
May  21.  1861. 

LANGFORD  C.  MABIE,  from  May  24, 
to  October  25,  1861. 

JAMES  H.  CHRISTIE,  from  October 
31,  1861,  to  March  17,  1862. 

CHARLES  H.  COFFIN,  from  March  8 
to  June  4,  1862. 

ALBERT  RATHBONE,  from  June  25  to 
November  23,  1862. 

EDWARD  A.  COWDREY,  from  Jan- 
uary I  to  May  14,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 
JAMES    TYRRELL,    from    May    24    to 

October  24,  1861. 
JOEL    O.    MARTIN,    from    October    24, 

1861,  to   February  22,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOEL  O.  MARTIN,  from  May  24  to  Oc- 
tober 24,  1861. 

LANGFORD  C.  MABIE,  from  October 
25,  1861,  to  July  14,  1862. 

JAMES    H.    CHRISTIE,    from    July   23, 

1862,  to  June  2,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ELIAS  P.  PELLET,  from  May  24  to 
October  13,  1861. 

ROBERT  L.  LIVINGSTON,  from  Oc- 
tober 24,  1861,  to  May  10,  1862. 

ARTHUR  M.  SANFORD,  from  July  24 
to  December  19,  1862. 

GEORGE  MOORE,  from  February  7  to 
June  2,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captain: 

ANDREW  WILLSON,  from  May  22, 
1861,  to  September  18,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ISAAC  M.  LUSK,  from  May  22,  1861,  to 
January  16,  1862. 


FREDERICK  W.  BACKUS,  from  April 

20  to  August  10,  1862. 
WALDO  SPRAGUE,  from  January  i  to 

February   15,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

AUGUSTUS   W.   PROSEUS,  from   May 

22  to  December  14,  1861. 
WALDO    SPRAGUE,    from    January    17 

to  July    14,    1862. 
EDWARD    A.    COWDREY,    from    July 

15,  1862,  to  January  I,  1863. 
LYCURGUS  D.  LUSK,  from  January   i 

to  June  2,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 

GIDEON  H.  JENKINS,  from  May  24 
to  December  5,  1861. 

LUTHER  CALDWELL,  from  Decem- 
ber 16,  1861,  to  March  17,  1862. 

JAMES  H.  DEMAREST,  from  March 
17  to  August  30,  1862. 

ALVIN  M.  WHALEY,  from  September 
20,  1862,  to  June  2,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HARWOOD    A.    DUDLEY,    from    May 

24  to  November  2,   1861. 
ALVIN  M.   WHALEY,  from  November 

2,  1861,  to  September  20,  1862. 
JOHN   P.   HOLLERS,   from   August   30, 

1862,  to  January  i,  1863. 
JOSEPH   W.    MOREY,   from  ,   to 

June  2,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ALVIN  M.  WHALEY,  from  May  24  to 
November  2,  1861. 

LIVINGSTON  LANSING,  from  No- 
vember 2  to  December  20,  1861. 

JAMES  H.  CHRISTIE,  from  March  17 
to  July  23,  1862. 

JAMES  REED,  from  July  20  to  August 
30,  1862. 

THOMAS  E.  BEAL,  from  August  30, 
1862  to  January  I,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

SPRAGUE,   WALDO,  as   Captain. 
FITZHUGH,  WILLIAM  A.,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 


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LEIGH,  THOMAS,   as   First  Lieutenant. 
GRANGER,    JAMES    W.    A.,    as    Second 

Lieutenant. 

POST,  LUCIAN  H.,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 
TAYLOR,  JAMES,  as    Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ARMSTRONG,  WILLIAM  WALLACE, 
Captain,  53d  Infantry ;  transferred  to 
Company  G,  this  regiment,  March  8,  1862 ; 
discharged,  September  2,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  March  8,  1862,  with  rank 
of  same  date,  vice  Charles  G.  Stone,  re- 
signed. 

BACKUS,  FREDERICK  W.,  age  42  years ; 
enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  April  20,  1862 ; 
died,  of  disease,  August  10,  1862,  at  Ebbitt 
House,  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with  rank 
from  April  20,  1862,  vice  W.  A.  Fitz- 
hugh,  declined. 

BARTRAM,  NELSON  B.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Port  Chester  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  B,  May  22,  1861 ;  as  Major, 
December  5,  1861 ;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
May  10,  1862 ;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in  I5th  Cavalry;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  i86i,with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  original ;  Major,  No- 
vember 2,  1861,  with  rank  from  October 
25,  1861,  vice  Charles  A.  Johnson,  pro- 
moted Lieutenant-Colonel,  25th  Infantry; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  20,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  10,  1862,  vice  T.  F.  Mor- 
ris, discharged. 

BEAL,  THOMAS  E.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  2,  1861,  at  Port  Chester  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  May  22,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  October  4,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  August  30,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  B,  January  i,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  2,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  22,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  30,  1862,  vice  James  Reed, 
killed  in  action. 

BEARDSLEY,  EDWIN  H.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  20,  1861,  at  Warsaw  to 


serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  May  24,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  Sergeant-Major, 
February  I,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  10,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  August 
14,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  August  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  10,  1862,  vice 
R.  L.  Livingston,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  14,  1862,  vice  L.  Lansing,  pro- 
moted. 

BENSON,  HARVEY  WILFRED,  age  25 
years ;  enrolled  May  10,  1861,  at  Newark 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  I,  May  22,  1861 ;  promoted 
Hospital  Steward,  May  24,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
C,  November  17,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, September  10,  1862 ;  discharged,  to 
date  June  20,  1863,  for  appointment  as 
First  Lieutenant,  U.  S.  Volunteer  Signal 
Corps;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  30,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 27,  1861,  vice  David  Drake,  re- 
signed; First  Lieutenant,  October  22, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  10,  1862, 
vice  F.  W.  Backus,  deceased. 

BERRIEN,  JR.,  DANIEL,  age  --  years; 
enrolled  and  appointed  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  B,  August  28,  1861 ;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  20,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  April  4,  1862 ; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va. ;  discharged  for  disability, 
September  9,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  28,  1861,  with  rank 
of  same  date,  vice  Charles  Hilbert,  pro- 
moted ;  First  Lieutenant,  December  20, 

1861,  with  rank   from  December   n,   1861, 
vice   George   C.    Soren,  resigned. 

BLAUVELT,  ISAAC  D.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled at  Alexandria,  Va.,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  August  3,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  July  23,  1862;  killed  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  August 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  3,  1861, 
vice  R.  Stewart  Hart,  deceased ;  Captain, 
August  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  23, 

1862,  vice   Charles  H.  Smith,  resigned. 
BOGARDUS,    ROMEYN,    age    25    years; 

enrolled    April    22,    1861,    at    Yonkers    to 


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serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  20,  1861 ; 
discharged,  August  8,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  23,  1861,  original. 
BURLEIGH,  JOHN,  age  19  years ;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  20,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  October 
25,  1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  D, 
March  17,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
May  10,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  August 
30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  discharged  for 
disability,  February  14,  1863 ;  Colonel,  U. 
S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  4,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  November  2, 

1861,  with    rank    from    October    25,    1861, 
vice     L.     Caldwell,     promoted;     Captain, 
June   20,   1862,   with   rank   from  May    10, 

1862,  vice  W.  T.  C.  Grower,  promoted. 
CALDWELL,    LUTHER,     age    38    years; 

enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Nyack  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  May  24,  1861 ;  promoted 
Captain,  Company  B,  October  25,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  K,  December  16, 
1861 ;  to  Company  E,  March  17,  1862; 
discharged,  August  14,  1862;  Major,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original;  Captain,  No- 
vember 2,  1861,  with  rank  from  October 
25,  1861,  vice  N.  B.  Bartram,  promoted. 

CARVER,  THOMAS  G.,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  June 
ii,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  July  30,  1862,  for 
appointment  as  U.  S.  Hospital  Chaplain ; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  June  4,  1861,  original. 

CHRISTIE,  JAMES  H.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Nyack  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  to  serve  two 
years;  resigned,  May  21,  1861,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  May  24,  1861 ;  ap- 
pointed Second  Lieutenant,  October  31, 
1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  K,  March 
17,  1862 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  July  23,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  2,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, October  29,  1861,  with  rank  from 
October  13,  1861,  vice  E.  P.  Pellet,  re- 


signed; First  Lieutenant,  August  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  23,  1862,  vice 

1.  D.   Blauvelt,  promoted. 
CLARKSON,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  23  years ; 

enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  June  13,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
August  14,  1861;  First  Sergeant,  July  or 
August,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  23,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  2,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant December  20,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  23,  1862,  vice  A.  Rathbone,  re- 
signed. 

COFFIN,  CHARLES  H.,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, 53d  Infantry;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany G,  this  regiment,  March  8,  1862;  dis- 
charged, June  4,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  8,  1862,  wih  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  H.  H.  Hall,  resigned. 

COWDREY,  EDWARD  A.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  F,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 
October  8,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  this  regiment,  October  9, 
1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant  in  October, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  July  15,  1862;  transferred  to 
Company  G,  January  I,  1863 ;  to  Com- 
pany E,  May  14,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in  95th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  August  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  15,  1862,  vice 
James  Fox,  resigned. 

DAVIS,  FRANKLIN  J.,  age  46  years ;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  May  22,  1861 ;  discharged,  August 

2,  1861 ;    subsequent   service    in   nth   Cav- 
alry ;  commissioned   Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

DEMAREST,  JAMES  H.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Nyack  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  May  24,  1861 ;  transferred  to 
Company  K,  March  17,  1862 ;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, August  30,  1862,  at  Groveton,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 


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DRAKE,  DAVID,  age  33  years;  enrolled 
April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
one  month;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany K,  yth  Militia,  and  appointed  Hos- 
pital Steward,  April  26,  1861 ;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  3,  1861,  at  New 
York  city;  again  enrolled  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  this  regi- 
ment, August  27,  1861 ;  discharged,  No- 
vember 27,  1861,  at  Hall's  Hill,  Va.;  sub- 
sequent service  in  I3th  Artillery;  see  I76th 
Infantry;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, August  28,  1861,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  vice  J.  F.  McCann,  resigned. 

DUDLEY,  HARWOOD  A.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  May  20,  1861,  at  Warsaw  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  K,  May  24,  1861;  dis- 
charged, November  2,  1861;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  20,  1861,  original. 

EVERDELL,  CHARLES,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  Mbrrisania  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  20,  1861 ; 
discharged,  November  9,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  4,  1861,  original. 

FAWKNER,  JOHN  G.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  2,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, August  i,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant, 
September  20,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  August  30, 
1862 ;  transferred  to  Company  E,  January 
I,  1863;  deserted,  April  23,  1863;  again 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  88th  Infantry,  February  2,  1864; 
promoted  Corporal,  no  date;  Sergeant, 
September  6,  1864;  First  Sergeant,  Octo- 
ber 13,  1864;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  30,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December 
20,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  30,  1862, 
vice  G.  E.  Ingalls,  dismissed. 

FITCH,  ORRIN  M.,  age  25  years ;  enrolled 
at  Hall's  Hill,  Va.,  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  November  i,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, January  24,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  2,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  I,  1861,  vice  J. 
Burleigh,  promoted. 


FITZHUGH,  WILLIAM  A.,  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  declined,  First  Lieutenant, 
March  29,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  Benjamin  Seaward,  resigned. 

FOLEY,  TERRENCE  VINCENT,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Nyack  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  G,  May  24,  1861 ;  promoted  Regi- 
mental Quartermaster-Sergeant  in  June, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  August  9,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  January  30,  1862;  as  Captain, 
October  22,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  8,  1861, 
vice  Romeyn  Bogardus,  resigned ;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  12,  1862,  with  rank 
from  January  30,  1862,  vice  George 
Reynolds,  promoted ;  Captain,  October  22, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  30,  1862,  vice 
I.  D.  Blauvelt,  killed  in  action. 

FOULKE,  JOSEPH,  age  20  years;  enrolled 
December  10,  1862,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  unexpired  term  of  two  years ;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G, 
December  15,  1862 ;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany C,  no  date ;  mustered  out,  to  date 
June  2,  1863;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  12,  1862,  with  rank  from 
December  10,  1862,  vice  D.  Berrien,  Jr., 
resigned. 

FOX,  JAMES,  age  20  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Port  Chester  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  May  22,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant-Major,  October  4,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  January  30,  1862;  dis- 
charged, July  15,  1862;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I7th  Veteran  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 12,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
24,  1862,  vice  O.  M.  Fitch,  resigned. 

GOFF,  I.  NEWTON,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  26,  1862,  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  August  26,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  June  2,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  August  27,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  12,  1862,  original. 

GRANGER,  JAMES  W.  A.,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  May  10,  1861,  at  New- 
ark to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 


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Private,  Company  I,  May  22,  1861;  de- 
serted, November  15,  1861,  at  Hall's 
Hill,  Va.;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original. 
GREEN,  CORNELIUS,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Corporal,  Company  D,  May  20,  1861; 
promoted  Sergeant,  no  date;  First  Ser- 
geant, February  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  July 
28,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  D, 
January  i,  1863;  discharged  for  disabil- 
ity, February  14,  1863;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I7th  Veteran  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  August  30, 

1862,  with  rank  from  July  14,  1862,  vice 
Waldo    Sprague,   promoted. 

GROWER,  WILLIAM  T.  C,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  D,  May  20,  1861; 
promoted  Major,  June  20,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Manassas,  Va. ;  discharged,  February  14, 

1863,  for   disability   from   wounds;    dis- 
charge   revoked,    March    25,    1863,    and 
mustered    in    as    Major,    to    date    Feb- 
ruary  25,    1863;    mustered    out,   June    2, 
1863,    at    New    York    city;    subsequent 
service  in  I7th  Veteran  Infantry;  com- 
missioned   Captain,    July.  4,    1861,    with 
rank  from  May  20,  1861,  original;  Ma- 
jor, June  20,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1862,  vice  N.  B.  Bartram,  promoted. 

HALL,  HERBERT  HARRIS,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Sing 
Sing  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  F,  May  22,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  May  24, 
1861 ;  returned  to  ranks  and  transferred 
to  Company  F,  June  28,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  August  7,  1861; 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  10,  1861; 
discharged,  February  6,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December 
7,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  9, 
1861,  vice  Hiram  Wilde,  promoted. 

HART,  R.  STEWART,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Sing  Sing  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  22,  1861; 
died,  of  disease,  June  24,  1861,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 


tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  7,  1861,  original. 

HAWES,  GARDNER  SPRING,  age  35 
years;  enrolled  May  18,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, May  24,  1861;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  June  2,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  Major,  U.  S.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865;  com- 
missioned Quartermaster,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  19,  1861,  original. 

HILBERT,  CHARLES,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Port  Chester 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  22, 
1861;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 3,  1861;  Captain,  December  5, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
2,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent 
service  in  I7th  Veteran  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  19,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  August  27, 

1861,  with    rank  from   August   3,    1861, 
vice  John   Vickers,   promoted;    Captain, 
December  26,  1861,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 5,  1861,  vice  G.  H.  Jenkins,  dis- 
charged. 

HOLLERS,  JOHN  P.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  May  20,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  n,  i86i;as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  August  30, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  D,  Jan- 
uary i,  1863;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in  I7th  Veteran 
Infantry;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, March  4,  1862,  with  rank  from 
December  n,  1861,  vice  D.  Berrien,  Jr., 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  October 
22,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  30, 

1862,  vice  A.  M.  Whaley,  promoted. 
INGALLS,    GEORGE    EDWIN,   age   2j 

years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Nyack 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  G,  May  24,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  No~ 
vember  9,  1861;  transferred  to  COITN 
pany  E,  December  3,  1861;  dismissed, 
November  10,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  7,  1861,  with 


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rank  from  November  9,  1861,  vice 
Charles  Everdell,  resigned. 

JENKINS,  GIDEON  H.,  age  44  years; 
enrolled  May  20,  1861,  at  Warsaw  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  K,  May  24,  1861;  dis- 
charged, December  5,  1861,  at  Alexan- 
dria, Va.;  commissioned  Captain,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  20,  1861, 
original. 

JOHNSON,  CHARLES  A.,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant of  U.  S.  Infantry,  April  i,  1847; 
of  loth  U.  S.  Infantry,  April  9,  1847; 
discharged,  August  14,  1848;  age  36 
years;  enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  as  Captain,  Company  D,  this 
regiment,  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Major,  May  24,  1861;  discharged, 
to  date  October  4,  1861,  for  promotion 
to  Lieutenant-Colonel,  25th  Infantry; 
see  I4th  Infantry;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April 
26,  1861,  original;  Major,  June  19,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  18,  1861,  original. 

KELLY,  MICAH  JAY,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Morrisania  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  20,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  November  9,  1861; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  2, 
1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  i86i,with  rank 
from  May  4,  1861,  vice  Thomas  Leigh, 
not  mustered;  Captain,  December  7, 
1861,  with  rank  from  November  9,  1861, 
vice  J.  W.  Lyon,  resigned. 

LANSING,  HENRY  SEYMOUR,  Cap- 
tain, I2th  U.  S.  Infantry;  enrolled  May 
18,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  May  24, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
2,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  Brigadier- 
General,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet, 
from  March  13,  1865;  commissioned 
Colonel,  June  19,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  18,  1861,  original. 

LANSING,  LIVINGSTON,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  November  2,  1861;  promoted 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  Decem- 
ber 20,  1861;  Captain,  August  14,  1862; 
discharged,  January  17,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
n,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  2, 


1861,  vice  A.  M.  Whaley,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  26,  1861, 
with  rank  from  December  5,  1861,  vice 
Charles  Hilbert,  promoted;  Captain, 
October  22,  1862,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 14,  1862,  vice  Luther  Caldwell, 
discharged. 

LEIGH,  THOMAS,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  4,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

LIVINGSTON,  ROBERT  L.,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  and  appointed  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October  24, 
1861;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  May  10,  1862;  discharged, 
November  30,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  n,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  24,  1861,  vice 
L.  C.  Mabie,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, June  20,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1862,  vice  John  Burleigh,  promoted. 

LUSK,  ISAAC  M.,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
May  10,  1861,  at  Newark  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  May  22,  1861;  resigned, 
January  16,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
mth  Infantry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4, 1861,  with  rank  from 
May  10,  1861,  original. 

LUSK,  LYCURGUS  D.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  10,  1861,  at  Newark  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  I,  May  22,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  August  30,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  January  I, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
2,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent 
service  in  22d  Cavalry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  22,  1862, 
with  rank  from  August  30,  1862,  vice  I.  D. 
Smith,  promoted. 

LYON,  JOHN  W.,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
April  26,  1861,  at  Morrisania  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
C,  May  20,  1861;  discharged,  November 
9,  1861;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  4,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

MABIE,  LANGFORD  C.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Nyack  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  May  24,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  October 
25,  1861;  resigned,  July  14,  1862;  com- 


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missioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  21,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  October  29,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  24,  1861,  vice 
J.  O.  Martin,  promoted. 

MARTIN,  JOEL  O.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Norwich  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  H,  May  24,  1861;  as  Cap- 
tain, October  24,  1861;  dismissed,  Febru- 
ary 22,  1863;  subsequent  service  in  I7th 
Veteran  Infantry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  10,  1861,  original;  Captain,  October 
29,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  24,  1861, 
vice  James  Tyrrell,  resigned. 

MATTOCKS,  WILLIAM,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Sing  Sing  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  22,  1861 ; 
died,  of  congestion  of  the  brain,  July  31, 
1861,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

McCANN,  JOHN  F.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled April  28,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  21, 
1861 ;  resigned,  August  2,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
•with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

MOORE,  GEORGE,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled June  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  H,  June  20,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  June  28,  1861;  Sergeant, 
July,  1861;  First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  February 
7,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
2,  i86"3>  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1863,  with 
rank  from  January  i,  1863,  vice  H.  W. 
Benson,  promoted. 

MOREY,  JOSEPH  W.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  20,  1861,  at  Warsaw  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany K,  May  24,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  February  I,  1862;  wounded  in 
action  in  July  or  August,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D, 
August  30,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 


Company  G,  December  i,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  K,  no  date;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  2,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, October  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  30,  1862,  vice  J.  P.  Hollers,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  December  20, 

1862,  with  rank  from   December  i,    1862, 
vice  R.  L.  Livingston,  resigned. 

MORRIS,  THOMAS  FORD,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, May  24,  1861;  mustered 
out,  May  9,  1862;  see  93d  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  9, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  18,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

PEASE,  CHARLES  H.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, July  i,  1861;  Sergeant,  April  23, 
1862;  First  Sergeant,  July  14,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  February 
28,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  subse- 
quent service  in  I7th  Veteran  Infantry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May  8, 

1863,  with  rank  from   February   14,   1863, 
vice    Cornelius   Green,   resigned. 

PELLET,  ELIAS  P.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Norwich  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  May  24,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, October  13,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  H4th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original. 

PERRY,  CHARLES  E.,  First  Lieutenant, 
53d  Infantry;  transferred  to  Company  G, 
this  regiment,  March  8,  1862;  discharged 
for  disability,  September  8,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  March  8, 

1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  I.  M. 
Lusk,  resigned. 

POST,  LUCIAN  H.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  20,  1861,  at  Warsaw  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany K,  May  24,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, November  or  December,  1861; 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  wounded  in 


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action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
discharged  for  disability  from  wounds, 
January  15,  1863;  commissioned,  not  mus- 
tered, Second  Lieutenant,  December  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  December  29,  1862, 
vice  E.  H.  Beardsley,  promoted. 

PROSEUS,  AUGUSTUS  W,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  May  10,  1861,  at  Newark 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  22,  1861; 
discharged,  December  14,  1861;  subse- 
quent service  in  mth  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  10,  1861,  vice  J.  W. 
A.  Granger,  not  mustered. 

RATHBONE,  ALBERT,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  June  25,  1862;  resigned,  Novem- 
ber 23,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  24,  1862,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  vice  Charles  H.  Coffin,  resigned. 

REED,  JAMES,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
September  19,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  53d  Infantry,  September  20, 
1861 ;  transferred  as  First  Sergeant  to 
Company  G,  this  regiment,  March  16, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  July  20,  1862;  killed  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  25, 
1862,  vice  George  S.  Wilson,  promoted. 

REYNOLDS,  GEORGE,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  Yonkers  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  30,  1861 ; 
as  Adjutant,  January  31,  1862;  dis- 
charged, July  15,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  20,  1861,  original;  Adjutant, 
February  12,  1862,  with  rank  from  Janu- 
ary 30,  1862,  vice  J.  B.  Taylor,  resigned. 

SANFORD,  ARTHUR  M.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Norwich  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  May  24,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  24,  1862;  dismissed,  De- 
cember 19,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  30,  1862,  with  rank 


from  July  23,  1862,  vice  James  H.  Chris- 
tie, promoted. 

SEAWARD,  BENJAMIN,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  26,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  20,  1861 ; 
discharged,  January  8,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  48th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  26,  1861,  original. 

SHIPMAN,  AZARIAH  B.,  age  52  years; 
enrolled  May  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  May  29,  1861;  mus- 
tered out,  September  13,  1861,  for  pro- 
motion to  Surgeon,  I2th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Assistant  Surgeon,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  19,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

SKULL Y,  MARTIN,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Yonkers  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  May  20,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  13,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  2,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  20,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  i,  1862,  vice  J.  W.  Morey, 
promoted. 

SMITH,  CHARLES  H.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Yonkers  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany A,  May  20,  1861;  discharged  for 
disability,  July  23,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  23,  1861,  original. 

SMITH,  IRVING  D.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  14,  1861,  at  Sing  Sing  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  May  22,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  I,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  October  22,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  F,  January  i, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
2,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  August  30. 

1862,  with   rank  from  July   I,    1862,  vice 
Foley,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  Octo- 


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her  22,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  30, 
1862,  vice  Foley,  promoted. 

SOREN,  GEORGE  C,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  28,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  21,  1861; 
discharged,  December  n,  1861;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

SPRAGUE,  WALDO,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled January  10,  1862,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  I,  January  17, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F, 
July  14,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  August 
30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  transferred  to 
Company  I,  January  I,  1863;  mustered  in 
as  Adjutant,  February  15,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  2,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, January  10,  1862,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  vice  A.  W.  Proseus,  dis- 
charged; First  Lieutenant,  August  30, 

1862,  with  rank  from  July  14,    1862,  vice 
L.  C.  Mabie,  resigned;  Adjutant,  May  8, 

1863,  with  rank  from   February   15,   1863, 
vice  George  S.   Wilson,  died,  of  wounds 
received  in  action;  Captain,  not  mustered, 
declined,    February    n,    1863,    with    rank 
from  January   17,   1863,  vice  L.   Lansing, 
resigned. 

STEWART,  JAMES  CATARINE,  age  47 
years ;  enrolled  May  18,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Surgeon,  May  24,  1861 ;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  2,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  subsequent  service  in  i7th  Vet- 
eran Infantry;  commissioned  Surgeon, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  19, 
1861,  original. 

STONE,  CHARLES  G.,  age  24  years ;  en- 
rolled April  28,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  E,  May  21,  1861 ;  dis- 
charged, February  22,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

TAYLOR,  JAMES,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

TAYLOR,   JAMES    BRAINERD,   age    36 


years;  enrolled  May  18,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  May 
24,  1861 ;  discharged,  January  28,  1862 ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and  Ad- 
jutant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
19,  1861,  original. 

TICE,  LEWIS,  age  —  years;  enrolled  at 

New  York  city  to  serve  years, 

and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
December  12,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Febru- 
ary 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  December 
12,  1861,  vice  Weed,  discharged  for  pro- 
motion. 

TYRRELL,  JAMES,  age  44  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Norwich  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany H,  May  24,  1861 ;  discharged  for  dis- 
ability, October  24,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1861,  original. 

VICKERS,  JOHN,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Port  Chester  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  May  22,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  August  3,  1861 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  2,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July 
I,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Captain,  August  27,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  3,  1861,  vice  F.  J.  Davis, 
resigned. 

WEED,  HILAND  A.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, September  20,  1861 ;  mustered  out, 
December  12,  1861,  for  promotion  to  Sur- 
geon, 25th  Infantry;  commissioned  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  September  24,  1861,  with 
rank  from  September  20,  1861,  vice  A.  B. 
Shipman,  promoted. 

WHALEY,  ALVIN  M.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  20,  1861,  at  Warsaw  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  May  24,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  November  2,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  September  20,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  December  13,  1862,  at  Fredericks- 
burg,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with  company, 


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June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city ;  subse- 
quent service  in  I7th  Veteran  Infantry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  20,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  November  n,  1861, 
with    rank    from    November   2,    1861,   vice 
H.    A.    Dudley,    resigned;    Captain,    Octo- 
ber 22,   1862,  with  rank  from  August  30, 

1862,  vice  James    H.    Demarest,   killed   in 
action. 

WILDE,  HIRAM,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
August  12,  1861,  at  Alexandria,  Va.,  to 
serve  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  August  28, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
November  9,  1861;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany B,  April  i,  1862 ;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  G,  September  i,  1862; 
transferred  to  Company  E,  no  date ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  2,  1863,  at 
New  York  city ;  see  2d  Veteran  Cavalry ; 
subsequent  service  in  I7th  Veteran  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  28,  1861,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  William  Mattocks,  deceased;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  7,  1861,  with  rank 


from  November  9,  1861,  vice  M.  J.  Kelly, 
promoted;  Captain,  December  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  i,  1862,  vice 
W.  W.  Armstrong,  discharged. 

WILLSON,  ANDREW,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Newark  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  May  22,  1861 ;  died,  September  18, 
1862,  of  wounds  received  August  30,  1862, 
in  action  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  10,  1861,  original. 

WILSON,  GEORGE  SIBBALD,  age  — 
years ;  enrolled  December  10,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
B,  December  12,  1861 ;  promoted  Adjutant, 
July  15,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  Decem- 
ber 13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  died, 
of  his  wounds,  February  7,  1863,  at  Semi- 
nary Hospital,  Georgetown,  D.  C. ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  8, 
1862,  with  rank  from  December  5,  1861, 
vice  L.  Lansing,  promoted ;  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Adjutant,  August  30,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  15,  1862,  vice  George  Rey- 
nolds, resigned. 


SEVENTEENTH  VETERAN  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Major  W.  T.  C.  Grower  received,  June  3,  1863,  authority  to  reorganize,  for  a  period 
of  three  years,  the  I7th  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  discharged  by  reason  of  expiration  of  term 
of  service.  October  i,  1863,  the  men  enlisted  for  the  nth  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  second 
organization,  were  transferred  to  this  regiment,  and  its  reorganization  completed  on 
Staten  Island,  October  14,  1863,  by  the  transfer  to  it  of  the  men  enlisted  for  9th  and  38th 
N.  Y.  Volunteers,  second  organizations,  and  the  Union  Sharpshooters,  an  organization 
not  completed  and  recruited  under  Col.  Achille  M.  B.  de  Villarceau  under  authority  dated 
July  10,  1863. 

The  men  were  recruited  principally  in  New  York  city;  a  few  at  Albany,  Brooklyn, 
Buffalo,  New  Dorp,  Norwich,  Jamaica  and  Poughkeepsie,  and  the  men  originally  enlisted 
for  the  nth  N.  Y.  Volunteers  formed  Companies  D  and  E;  those  enlisted  for  the  9th 
Veteran  Volunteers  Companies  H  and  I ;  those  for  the  38th  Veteran  Volunteers  Company 
K;  while  the  Union  Sharpshooters  formed  parts  of  the  other  companies. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  October  18,  1863 ;  served  at  Louisville,  Ky.,  from  Octo- 
ber, 1863;  at  Eastport,  Tenn.,  from  November  7,  1863;  at  Union  City  and  vicinity,  Ky., 
in  6th  Division,  i6th  Corps,  from  December  12,  1863 ;  at  Vicksburg,  Miss.,  in  4th  Division, 
i6th  Corps,  from  January  27,  1864;  on  General  Sherman's  Meridian  Expedition,  in  2d 
Brigade,  4th  Division,  i6th  Corps ;  at  Decatur,  Ala.,  in  3d  Brigade,  4th  Division,  i6th 
Corps,  from  April  9,  1864;  in  the  i6th  Corps  from  August  8,  1864;  in  1st  Brigade,  2d 
Division,  I4th  Corps,  from  August  21,  1864;  in  the  1st  Brigade,  22d  Corps,  from  June  9, 
1865 ;  and,  commanded  by  Col.  James  Lake,  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered 
out  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. 


1936 


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During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  i  officer,  38  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  i  officer,  16  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  65  enlisted  men;  total,  2  officers,  119  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  121;  of  whom  2 
enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it,  or  portions  of  it,  took  part  in  the 
following  engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

New  York  city  riot  ;  originally  9th  N.  Y.  Vet.  Vols. 
Chunky  Creek   Miss          

1863. 
July    13-16 
1864. 
Feb.    14-15 

i 

4 

II 

10 

May            2 
26 
27 
June         26 

i 

Hillsboro  and  Courtland,  Ala  

Near  Decatur,  Ala  

28 
29 
Aug.  8- 
Sept.  2 
Aug.  8- 
Sept.  i 
Sept.           i 

17 
103 

i 

24 

i 

8 

3 

67 

Gen.  Sherman's  Savannah  Campaign,  Ga  
March  to  the  Sea  

Nov.  15- 
Dec.  21 
Nov.  15- 
Dec.  10 
Nov.  25—26 

i 

Sandersville  

Savannah  

Dec.    11—26 

i 

8 
3 

Campaign  of  the  Carolinas  

1865. 
Jan.  26— 
April  26 
March         8 
ii 
16 
19-20 
24 
April  10-  1  1 
26 

i 

7 
3 

Rockingham,  N.  C  

Fayetteville,  N.  C  

Averasboro,  N.  C  

i 

6 

4 

2 

19 

32 
14 
5 

Bentonville,  N.  C  

i 
5 

Goldsboro,  N.  C  

Smithfield   N   C      

Bennett  House,  N.  C  

12 

13 

Total  loss  

i 

38 

i 

16 

6 

iii 

i 

39 

213 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonel. 

WILLIAM  T.  C.  GROWER,  from  June  3, 
1863,  to  September  3,  1864. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
JOEL  O.  MARTIN,  from  July  I  to  October 

16,  1863. 
EDWARD    JARDINE,    from    October    14, 

1863,  to  May  10,  1864. 

JOEL    O.    MARTIN,    from    September    i, 

1864,  to  January  4,   1865. 

JAMES  LAKE,  from  January  4  to  July  13, 

1865. 

Majors. 
JAMES  LAKE,  from  July  I  to  October  17, 

1863. 
JOEL  O.  MARTIN,  from  October  16,  1863, 

to  September  I,  1864. 


ALEXANDER      S.      MARSHALL, 
March  17  to  July  13,  1865. 


from 


Adjutants. 
JOEL  O.  MARTIN,  from  June  10  to  July 

i,  1863. 
ALEXANDER  S.  MARSHALL,  from  July 

3  to  August  25,  1863. 
JOHN    P.    HOLLERS,    from    August    3, 

1863,  to  November  9,  1864. 
GEO.RGE  A.  C.  BARNETT,  from  March 

30  to  July  13,  1865. 

Quartermasters. 
ALVIN  M.  WHALEY,  from  June  17,  1863, 

to  January  14,  1865. 
WILLIAM  CORRY,  from  March  30  to  July 

13,  1865. 


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Surgeons. 
JAMES     CATARINE    STEWART,     from 

July  9,  1863,  to  January  23,  1865. 
JAMES  L.  WATSON,  from  January  27  to 

July  13,  1865. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
MARCUS  F.  BRECHAN,  from  October  20, 

1863,  to  November  8,  1864. 
GEORGE  W.  DAVIS,  from  March  2,  1864, 

to  July  13,  1865. 

Chaplain. 

ALBERT  F.  GRIFFITH,  from  October  17, 
1863,  to  July  7,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 

Captains : 
HIRAM  WILDE,  from  August  7,   1863,  to 

April  8,  1865. 
JOHN   TIMON,  from  May  30  to  July  13, 

1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  H.  PEASE,  from  July  29,  1863, 

to  January  4,  1865. 
EDWIN  JAMES,  from  January  14  to  July 

13,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

WILLIAM  CORRY,  from  October  17, 
1863,  to  November  i,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

ALEXANDER  S.  MARSHALL,  from  Au- 
gust 25,  1863,  to  March  17,  1865. 

JAMES  S.  FRANCE,  from  March  17  to 
July  13,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CORNELIUS  GREEN,  from  August  26  to 
November  I,  1863. 

GEORGE  A.  C.  BARNETT,  from  Novem- 
ber i,  1863,  to  March  30,  1865. 

MATTHEW  MOLONEY,  from  June  2  to 
July  13,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES    S.    FRANCE,    from    August    25, 

1863,  to  July  21,  1864. 
ROBERT  MAGEE,  from  July  21,   1864,  to 

January  5,  1865. 

122 


OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains : 
CHARLES   HILBERT,  from   October  6, 

1863,  to  January  23,   1865. 
DAVID  A.  HARPER,  from  May  30  to  July 
13,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
DAVID  A.  HARPER,  from  October  5,  1863, 

to  May  30,  1865. 
EDWARD  GOLDEN,  from  June  2  to  July 

13,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

JAMES    FOX,    from    October    6,    1863,    to 
March  14,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
AUGUSTUS    B.    SAGE,    from    October    r, 

1863,  to  March  7,  .1864. 

WILLIAM    E.    FISHER,    from    March    8, 

1864,  to  July  13,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM   E.    FISHER,    from   October   i, 

1863,  to  March  8,  1864. 
JOHN    TIMON,    from    March   8,    1864,    to 

May  30,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

JOHN  TIMON,    from   October    i,    1863,   to 
March  8,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captain : 

JOHN   CANTY,   from   October   i,   1863,  to 
July  13,   1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
RAFAEL  VEGA,  from  October  i,  1863,  to 

April  4,  1864. 
ISAAC    MENKE,    from    July   21,    1864,    to 

June  2,  1865. 
WILLIAM  B.  WESTERVELT,  from  June 

2  to  July  13,   1865. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

SAMUEL  BROWN,  from  October  I,  1863* 
to  August  24,  1864. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
SHELDON    A.    HULL,    from    October    13, 

1863,  to  June  30,  1864. 

JOHN   P.   HOLLERS,   from   November  9, 

1864,  to  July  13,  1865. 


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First  Lieutenants: 
JAMES   F.   SUMMERS,  from  October   12, 

1863,  to  November  8,  1864. 
DANIEL  D.   McDOUGALL,   from  May   15 

to  July  13,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

OSCAR  REIN,  from  October   13,   1863,  to 
May  16,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 

Captains: 
JAMES  LAKE,   from  October   17,  1863,  to 

January  4,  1865. 
CHARLES  H.  PEASE,  from  January  4  to 

July  13,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
GEORGE  A.  C.  BARNETT,  from  October 

17  to  November   i,   1863. 
CORNELIUS  GREEN,  from  November   i: 

1863,  to  February  2,  1864. 
JAMES   S.   FRANCE,   from  July  21,   1864, 

to  March  17,  1865. 
WILLIAM  E.  HATFIELD,  from  June  2  to 

July  13,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

WILLIAM   H.   MATHEWSON,   from   Oc- 
tober 17,  1863,  to  February  21,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captain: 

JAMES    B.    HORNER,    from    October    14, 
1863,  to  July   13,   1865. 

First  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  W.  GLASER,  from  October  14, 

1863,  to  September  20,  1864. 
WILLIAM     CORRY,     from    November     i, 

1864,  to  March  30,  1865. 

CLEMENS   WEHMANN,  from  June  2  to 
July  13,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
ISAAC  MENKE,  from  October  14,  1863,  to 

July  21,    1864. 
CLEMENS  WEHMANN,   from   May   i  to 

June  2,    1865. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 

SAMUEL  J.  FREEMAN,  from  October  14 
to  December  4,  1863. 


WILLIAM  G.  BARNETT,  from  December 

30,  1863,  to  March  16,  1865. 
ISAAC  MENKE,  from  June  2  to  July  13, 

1865. 

First  Lieutenant: 

SIEGMUND  M.  BERLINER,  from  Oc- 
tober 14,  1863,  to  September  i,  1864. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
MORITZ    MOLLER,    from    October    14    to 

October  17,  1863. 
JOHN    B.    PANNES,    from    December    30, 

1863,  to  June  29,  1865. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captain : 
CHARLES  W.  FAIRFIELD,  from  October 

14,  1863,  to  July  13,  1865. 

First  Lieutenants-' 
JEREMIAH  J.   KELLY,  from  October  14, 

1863,  to  July  21,  1864. 
ROBERT  MAGEE,  from  January  5  to  May 

15,  1865. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

THOMAS  J.  SMITH,  from  October  14, 
1863,  to  January  3,  1865. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED,  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADE  NAMED. 

LAKE,  JAMES,  as  Colonel. 

MARTIN,  JOEL  O.,  as  Colonel. 

MARSHALL,  ALEXANDER  S.,  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel. 

HILBERT,  CHARLES,  as  Major. 

HORNER,  JAMES  B.,  as  Major. 

REIN,  OSCAR,  as  First  Lieutenant. 

CRIST,  CHRISTIAN  S.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

FISHER,  GEORGE  W.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

GARRY,   JOHN,    as    Second    Lieutenant. 

GRABERT,  CHARLES,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

HOGAN,  THOMAS,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

MAUDE,  ALBERT  C,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

SHERWOOD,  FRANKLIN  K.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 


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UNION   SHARPSHOOTERS. 

OFFICERS. 

Colonels. 

ACHILLE  M.  B.  DEVILLARCEAU, 
from  July  10  to  October  14,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonel. 

FRANCISCO  CAMILLO  DEBATTLE, 
from  August  n  to  October  14,  1863. 

Adjutant. 

GEORGE  B.  BELOTTI,  from  July  10  to 
October  14,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 
JACOB  FORSTER,  from  July  16  to  August 

29,  1863. 

JACOB  EPSTEIN,  from  August  27  to  Oc- 
tober 14,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

PALUEL  DEMARMON,  from  July  10  to 
Ocober  14.  1863. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

BARNETT,  GEORGE  A.  C,  late  Adju- 
tant, pth  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  9th  Infantry, 
reorganizing,  May  30,  1863;  transferred 
as  First  Lieutenant  to  Company  G, 
this  regiment,  October  17,  1863;  to 
Company  B,  November  i,  1863;  ap- 
pointed Adjutant,  March  30,  1865;  mus- 
tered out,  July  13,  1865;  Major,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
December  29,  1863,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 14,  1863,  original;  Adjutant,  Au- 
gust 12,  1864,  with  rank  from  June  30, 

1864,  vice  J.   P.  Hollers,  promoted. 
BARNETT,  WILLIAM  G.,  late  Captain, 

9th    Infantry;    mustered   in    as    Captain, 
Company    I,    this    regiment,    December 

30,  1863;    killed    in    action,    March    16, 

1865,  at  Averasboro,  N.  C.;  see  9th  In- 
fantry, reorganizing;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, December  28,  1863,  with  rank  from 
December  4,   1863,  vice    S.  J.   Freeman, 
whose  muster-in  was  revoked. 

BELOTTI,  GEORGE  B.,  late  First 
Lieutenant,  55th  Infantry;  mustered  in 
as  Adjutant,  Union  Sharpshooters,  July 
13,  1863;  out  of  service,  owing  to  con- 


solidation with  I7th  Veteran  Infantry; 
not  commissioned. 

BERLINER,  SIEGMUND  M.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  9th  Infantry,  re- 
organizing, August  29,  1863;  transferred 
to  Company  I,  this  regiment,  October 
14,  1863;  dismissed,  August  29,  1864; 
dismissal  revoked,  September  10,  1864, 
and  honorably  discharged,  to  date  Sep- 
tember I,  1864;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  December  29,  1863,  with 
rank  from  August  29,  1863,  original. 

BRECHAN,  MARCUS  F.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  October  17,  1863,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  October  20,  1863;  dis- 
charged, November  8,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  December  29, 
1863,  with  rank  from  September  18, 
1863,  original. 

BROWN,  SAMUEL,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled August  26,  1863,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  nth  Infantry,  re- 
organizing, September  24,  1863;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  E,  this  regiment, 
October  i,  1863;  resigned,  August  24, 
1864;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  29,  1863,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 28,  1863,  original. 

CANTY,  JOHN,  late  Second  Lieutenant, 
i64th  Infantry;  enrolled  May  18,  1863, 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  nth  Infantry, 
reorganizing,  September  2,  1863;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  E,  this  regiment, 
October  i,  1863;  wounded  in  action, 
September  i,  1864,  at  Jonesboro,  Ga.; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  13, 
1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  August  26,  1863,  original. 

CORRY,  WILLIAM,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  October  17,  1863;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
November  I,  1864;  appointed  Quarter- 
master, March  30,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexan- 
dria, Va.;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  July  10,  1863,  original;  First  Lieu- 


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tenant,  September  30,  1864,  with  rank 
from  September  3,  1864,  vice  C.  H. 
Pease,  promoted;  Quartermaster,  Feb- 
ruary 2,  1865,  with  rank  from  January 
14,  1865,  vice  A.  M.  Whaley,  resigned. 

CRIST,  CHRISTIAN  S.,  age  40  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  un- 
expired  term  of  regiment,  and  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  A,  ist  In- 
fantry, January  6,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  25,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  again  enrolled  July  9,  1863, 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  A, 
38th  Infantry,  reorganizing,  September 
14,  1863;  transferred  to  Company  K, 
this  regiment,  October  14,  1863;  pro- 
moted Sergeant  in  1864;  First  Ser- 
geant, June  I,  1865;  mustered  out,  July 
13,  1865;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  14,  1865,  with 
rank  from  May  30,  1865,  vice  Oscar 
Rein,  promoted. 

DAVIS,  GEORGE  W.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled July  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  August  26,  1863;  pro- 
moted Hospital  Stewart,  November  30, 
1863;  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
March  2,  1864;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, July  13,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Janu- 
ary 8,  1864,  with  rank  from  January  2, 
1864,  original. 

DEBATTLE,  FRANCISCO  CAMILLO; 

enrolled  to  serve  three  years,  and  ap- 
pointed Lieutenant-Colonel,  Union 
Sharpshooters,  August  n,  1863;  out  of 
service,  by  reason  of  consolidation  of 
this  organization  with  the  I7th  Veteran 
Infantry,  October  14,  1863;  not  com- 
missioned. 

DEMARMON,  PALUEL,  late  Surgeon  of 

the  Defenders  (i78th  Infantry);  en- 
rolled July  10,  1863,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Surgeon,  Union  Sharpshooters,  July  17, 
1863;  mustered  out,  October  14,  1863, 
by  consolidation  with  the  I7th  Veteran 
Infantry;  not  commissioned. 

DEVILLARCEAU,   ACHILLE   M.    B., 

was  authorized,  July  10,  1863,  to  recruit 
a  regiment,  designated  then  the  "  Union 
Sharpshooters;"  this  regiment  was  not 
completed  and  its  organization  discon- 


tinued, October  14,  1863;  the  men  re- 
cruited were  transferred  to  the  I7th 
Veteran  Infantry  and  the  officers  en- 
gaged in  recruiting  discharged  at  the 
same  time;  not  commissioned. 

EPSTEIN,  JACOB,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled August  27,  1863,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  Union 
Sharpshooters,  August  29,  1863;  mus- 
tered out,  October  14,  1863,  by  consoli- 
dation with  the  I7th  Veteran  Infantry; 
not  commissioned. 

FAIRFIELD,  CHARLES  W.,  late  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  38th  Infantry;  enrolled 
July  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  38th  Infantry,  reorganiz- 
ing, September  14,  1863;  transferred  to 
Company  K,  this  regiment,  October  14, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
13,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  December  29,  1863,  with 
rank  from  September  14,  1863,  original. 

FISHER,  GEORGE  W.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  October  9,  1863,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  F,  October  13, 
1863;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  November  i,  1863;  returned  to 
ranks,  February  7,  1865;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, March  I,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexan- 
dria, Va. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  June  14,  1865,  with 
rank  from  December  3,  1864,  vice  W. 
H.  Mathewson,  resigned. 

FISHER,  WILLIAM  E.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  June  19,  1863,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  nth 
Infantry,  reorganizing,  July  13,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  D,  this  regi- 
ment, October  i,  1863;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  March  8,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alex- 
andria, Va.;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  July  n,  1863,  original;  Captain, 
May  18,  1864,  with  rank  from  March  7, 
1864,  vice  A.  B.  Sage,  resigned. 

FORSTER,  JACOB,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled July  16,  1863,  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Quartermaster,  Union  Sharp- 


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shooters,  July  18,  1863;  appointment  re- 
voked, August  29,  1863;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

FOX,  JAMES,  late  Second  Lieutenant, 
I7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  this  regiment, 
October  6,  1863;  discharged,  March  14, 
1865;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  29,  1863,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober i,  1863,  original. 

FRANCE,  JAMES  S.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled August  17,  1863,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  Au- 
gust 25,  1863;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  July  21,  1864;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  March  17,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexan- 
dria, Va.;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  August  17,  1863,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  June  14,  1864,  with  rank 
from  April  7,  1864,  vice  C.  Green,  dis- 
missed; Captain,  May  30,  1865,  with 
rank  from  January  2,  1865,  vice  A.  S. 
Marshall,  promoted. 

FREEMAN,  SAMUEL  J.,  late  Adjutant, 
iO3d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  gth  Infantry, 
reorganizing,  August  15,  1863;  as  Cap- 
tain, August  29,  1863;  transferred  to 
Company  I,  this  regiment,  October  14, 
1863;  muster-in  as  Captain  revoked,  De- 
cember 4,  1863;  commissioned  Captain, 
December  29,  1863,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 29,  1863,  original. 

GARRY,  JOHN,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
August  29,  1863,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  October  6,  1863; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  November  8, 
1863;  mustered  out,  July  13,  1865;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, June  14,  1865,  with  rank  from 
January  i,  1865,  vice  R.  Magee,  pro- 
moted. 

GLASER,  CHARLES  W.,  late  Second 
Lieutenant,  pth  Infantry;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  9th 
Infantry,  reorganizing,  August  31,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  H,  this  regi- 
ment, October  14,  1863;  discharged  for 
disability,  September  20,  1864;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  December  29, 


1863,  with  rank  from  August  29,  1863, 
original. 

GOLDEN,  EDWARD,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  6sth  Infantry,  July  II,  1861; 
promoted  Sergeant,  July  20,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  A,  September  I, 
1861;  discharged  for  disability,  March 
25,  1863,  at  Germantown  Hospital,  Pa.; 
again  enrolled  September  2,  1863,  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F, 
this  regiment,  October  13,  1863;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant.no  date;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
June  2,  1865;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, July  13,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  May 
30,  1865,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice 
John  Timon,  promoted. 

GRABERT,  CHARLES,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled July  30,  1863,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  F,  9th  Infantry,  reor- 
ganizing, August  29,  1863;  transferred  to 
Company  I,  this  regiment,  October  14, 
1863 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  13,  1865, 
at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  June  14, 
1865,  with  rank  from  May  14,  1865,  vice 
J.  Fox,  resigned. 

GREEN,  CORNELIUS,  late  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, 1 7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  this  regiment, 
August  26,  1863 ;  transferred  to  Company 
G,  November  I,  1863 ;  dismissed,  Febru- 
ary 2,  1864;  disability  removed,  March  18, 
1864;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 29,  1863,  with  rank  from  August 
17,  1863,  original. 

GRIFFITH,  ALBERT  F.,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  Octo- 
ber 17,  1863;  discharged,  July  7,  1864; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  December  29, 

1863,  with    rank   from    October    14,    1863, 
original. 

GROWER,  WILLIAM  T.  C,  Major,  I7th 
Infantry ;  enrolled  June  3,  1863,  at  Al- 
bany as  Colonel,  this  regiment,  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  such,  October 
17,  1863;  wounded  in  action,  September  i, 

1864,  at    Jonesboro,    Ga.;    died,    of   his 


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wounds,  September  3,  1864;  commis- 
sioned Colonel,  December  29,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  14,  1863,  original. 
HARPER,  DAVID  A.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  October  5,  1863;  as 
Captain,  May  30,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexandria, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Oc- 
tober I,  1863,  with  rank  from  September 
29,  1863,  original;  Captain,  May  30,  1865, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  Charles  Hil- 
bert,  promoted. 

HATFIELD,  WILLIAM  E.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  Qth  Infantry,  reorganizing,  Au- 
gust 29,  1863 ;  transferred  to  Company  H, 
this  regiment,  October  14,  1863;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June 
2,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
13,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  May  30,  1865, 
with  rank  from  March  16,  1865,  vicc  I- 
Menke,  promoted. 

HILBERT,  CHARLES,  late  Captain,  ijrth 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany C,  this  regiment,  October  6,  1863; 
dismissed,  January  23,  1865 ;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  December  5,  1863,  original;  Major, 
not  mustered,  August  2,  1864,  with  rank 
from  May  10,  1864,  vice  J.  O.  Martin, 
promoted. 

HOGAN,  THOMAS,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
June  3,  1863,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  October  13,  1863;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  First  Sergeant,  June  3, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
13,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  12,  1864,  with  rank  from  August 
6,  1864,  vice  I.  Menke,  promoted. 
HOLLERS,  JOHN  P.,  late  First  Lieu- 
tenant, I7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Adjutant,  this  regiment,  August  31,1863; 
as  Captain,  Company  F,  November  9, 
1864;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
13,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
December  29,  1863,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 31,  1863,  original;  Captain,  August 


12,   1864,  with  rank  from  June  30,  1864, 
vice  S.  A.  Hull,  dismissed. 

HORNER,  JAMES  B.,  late  First  Lieuten- 
ant, 9th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  9th  Infantry,  reorganizing, 
August  15,  1863;  as  Captain,  Company  D, 
August  29,  1863;  transferred  to  Company 
H,  this  regiment,  October  14,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  July  13,  1865,  at 
Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned  Captain, 
December  29,  1863,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 29,  1863,  original;  Major,  not  mus- 
tered, May  30,  1865,  with  rank  from  Jan- 
uary 3,  1865,  vice  A.  S.  Marshall,  pro- 
moted. 

HULL,  SHELDON  A.,  late  First  Lieuten- 
ant, I27th  Infantry;  enrolled  August  12, 
1863,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
F,  this  regiment,  October  13,  1863;  dis- 
missed, June  30,  1864;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  October  12,  1863,  original. 

JAMES,  EDWIN,  age  19  years;  enrolled 
April  22,  1861,  at  Yonkers  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
A,  I7th  Infantry,  May  20,  1861 ;  returned 
to  ranks,  no  date;  promoted  Corporal  in 
November,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
again  enrolled  July  i,  1863,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  A,  this  regiment,  Au- 
gust 7,  1863;  promoted  Sergeant-Major, 
September  10,  1864;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  January  14,  1865; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  13, 
1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  May  30,  1865,  with  rank 
from  January  14,  1865,  vice  G.  A.  C.  Bar- 
nett,  promoted. 

JARDINE,  EDWARD,  late  Major,  9th  In- 
fantry; mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
this  regiment,  October  14,  1863;  dis- 
charged, May  10,  1864,  by  appointment 
in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  see  9th  Infan- 
try, reorganizing;  commissioned  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, December  29,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  14,  1863,  original. 
KELLY,  JEREMIAH  J.,  age  18  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  F,  38th  Infantry,  June  3, 
1861 ;  promoted  Quartermaster-Sergeant, 


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July  19,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, June  22,  1863,  at  East  New  York; 
again  enrolled  July  17,  1863,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  38th  Infan- 
try, reorganizing,  September  14,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  K,  this  regiment, 
October  14,  1863;  resigned,  July  21,  1864; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  December 
29,  1863,  with  rank  from  September  14, 

1863,  original. 

LAKE,  JAMES,  age  —  years;  enrolled  at 
Albany  as  Major,  July  i,  1863,  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  G,  October  17,  1863;  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  January  4,  1865 ; 
wounded  in  action,  March  16,  1865,  at 
Averasboro,  N.  C. ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexandria, 
Va. ;  not  commissioned  Major;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  December  29,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  14,  1863,  original; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  September  30,  1864, 
with  rank  from  September  3,  1864,  vice 
J.  O.  Martin,  promoted;  Colonel,  not 
mustered,  January  24,  1865,  with  rank 
from  January  3,  1865,  vice  J.  O.  Martin, 
resigned. 

MAGEE,  ROBERT,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Port  Chester  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Company 
B,  i7th  Infantry,  May  22, 1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  October  4,  1861;  First  Ser- 
geant, March  I,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  2,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
again  enrolled  July  9,  1863,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  this  regiment,  Au- 
gust 26,  1863;  promoted  Sergeant-Major, 
November  30,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  B,  July  21, 
1864;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
January  5,  1865;  captured  at  Thornsboro, 
N.  C.,  March  3,  1865;  paroled  at  Varina, 
Va.,  April  2,  1865;  discharged,  May  15, 
1865;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
June  14,  1864,  with  rank  from  April  7, 

1864,  vice  J.   S.   France,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  September  30,  1864,  with  rank 
from   August  29,    1864,   vice    S.    M.    Ber- 
liner, dismissed. 

MARSHALL,  ALEXANDER  S.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  April  17,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  one  month;  mustered 


in  as  Private,  Company  D,  7th  Militia, 
April  26,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city; 
served  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant, 
7th  W.  Va.  Infantry;  resigned,  Novem- 
ber 22,  1862;  enrolled  July  i,  1863,  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adju- 
tant, this  regiment,  July  3,  1863;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  August  25,  1863;  as 
Major,  March  17,  1865 ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexandria, 
Va. ;  not  commissioned  Adjutant;  com- 
missioned Captain,  December  29,  1863, 
with  rank  from  August  17,  1863,  original; 
Major,  January  24,  1865,  with  rank  from 
January  2,  1865,  vice  C.  Hilbert,  not 
mustered;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  not  mus- 
tered, January  24,  1865,  with  rank  from 
January  3,  1865,  vice  J.  Lake,  promoted. 

MARTIN,  JOEL  O.,  late  Captain,  I7th 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Adjutant,  this  regiment,  June  10, 
1863;  appointed  Lieutenant-Colonel,  July 
I,  1863;  mustered  in  as  Major,  October 
16,  1863;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Septem- 
ber i,  1864;  discharged,  January  4,  1865; 
not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and 
Adjutant  nor  Lieutenant-Colonel  (ist); 
commissioned  Major,  December  29,  1863, 
with  rank  from  October  14,  1863,  original; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  August  2,  1864,  with 
rank  from  May  10,  1864,  vice  E.  Jardine, 
discharged  by  appointment  in  Veteran 
Reserve  Corps;  Colonel,  not  mustered, 
September  30,  1864,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 3,  1864,  vice  W.  T.  'C.  Grower, 
died,  of  wounds  received  in  action. 

MATHEWSON,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  October  17,  1863; 
discharged,  February  21,  1865;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  29, 
1863,  with  rank  from  October  14,  1863, 
original. 

MAUDE,  ALBERT  C,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled August  13,  1863,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  B,  August  26,  1863; 
promoted  Hospital  Steward,  September 
i,  1864;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  July 
13,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieuten- 


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ant,  September  30,  1864,  with  rank  from 
August  24,  1864,  vice  S.  Brown  dis- 
charged. 

McDOUGALL,  DANIEL  D.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  loth  Infantry,  June 
26,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  7,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  again  en- 
rolled May  22,  1863,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  nth  Infantry,  reorganizing, 
September  2,  1863;  transferred  to  Com- 
pany E,  this  regiment,  October  I,  1863; 
wounded  in  action,  September  I,  1864; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  May  15,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexandria, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
June  14,  1865,  with  rank  from  May  15, 
1865,  vice  R.  Magee,  discharged. 

MENKE,  ISAAC,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
December  8,  1862,  at  New  York  city  in 
2d  Hawkins'  Zouaves  to  serve  nine 
months;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Qth  In- 
fantry, reorganizing,  July  13,  1863,  to 
serve  three  years  from  date  of  original 
enrollment;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany D,  August  29,  1863;  transferred  tc 
Company  H,  this  regiment,  October  14, 
1863;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  July  21,  1864;  as  Captain, 
Company  I,  June  2,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexan- 
dria, Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  29,  1863,  with  rank  from 
August  29;  1863,  original;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, June  14,  1864,  with  rank  from  April 
7,  1864,  vice  R.  Vega,  resigned;  Captain, 
May  30,  1865,  with  rank  from  March  16, 
1865,  vice  W.  G.  Barnett,  killed  in  action. 

MOLLER,  MORITZ,  late  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, I03d  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  gth  In- 
fantry, reorganizing,  August  29,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  this  regiment, 
October  14,  1863;  discharged,  October  17, 
1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  29,  1863,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 29,  1863,  original. 

MOLONEY,  MATTHEW,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  June  30,  1863,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  B,  August  26,  1863; 


as  First  Lieutenant,  June  2,  1865;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  July  13,  1865,  at 
Alexandria,  Va.;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  May  30,  1865,  with  rank  from 
January  2,  1865,  vice  James  S.  France, 
promoted. 

PANNES,  JOHN  B.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  gth  Infantry,  May  4, 
1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  October  14, 
1861;  Quartermaster-Sergeant,  March  20, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  again  en- 
rolled June  5,  1863,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  9th  In- 
fantry, reorganizing,  June  9,  1863;  mus- 
tered out,  October  14,  1863,  at  New  York 
city  by  consolidation  with  I7th  Veteran 
Infantry;  enrolled  at  Albany,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
I,  this  regiment,  December  30,  1863;  dis- 
charged, June  29,  1865;  see  I78th  Infantry; 
subsequent  service  in  U.  S.  Volunteers; 
not  commissioned  Quartermaster;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  27, 
1864,  with  rank  from  December  19,  1863, 
vice  M.  Moller,  resigned. 

PEASE,  CHARLES  H.,  late  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, I7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  this  regi- 
ment, July  29,  1863;  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  January  4,  1865;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexan- 
dria, Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  29,  1863,  with  rank  from 
July  10,  1863,  original;  Captain,  Septem- 
ber 30,  1864,  with  rank  from  September 
3,  1864,  vice  J.  Lake,  promoted. 

REIN,  OSCAR,  age  24  years;  enrolled  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F,  53d 
Infantry,  September  7,  1861 ;  promoted 
Corporal,  no  date;  mustered  out  with 
company,  March  21,  1862,  at  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  again  enrolled  August  7,  1863,  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  this  regiment,  October  13,  1863; 
dischaiged,  May  16,  1865,  for  disability 
from  wounds  received  in  action;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  29, 
1863,  with  rank  from  October  12,  1863, 


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original;  First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered, 
May  30,  1865,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  J.  F.  Summers,  resigned. 

SAGE,  AUGUSTUS  B.,  late  Captain,  i7oth 
Infantry;  enrolled  May  19,  1863,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  appointed 
Adjutant,  Captain  and  Colonel,  nth  In- 
fantry, reorganizing;  mustered  in  only  as 
Captain,  Company  A,  July  13,  1863;  trans- 
ferred to  this  regiment  with  company,  the 
latter  as  Company  D,  October  i,  1863; 
resigned,  March  7,  1864,  at  Vicksburg, 
Miss.;  see  I78th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Captain,  December  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  July  n,  1863,  original. 

SHERWOOD,  FRANKLIN  K.,  age  30 
years;  enrolled  July  10,  1863,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  B,  August  23, 
1863 ;  transferred  to  Company  D,  March 
o,  1864;  discharged  for  disability,  January 
7,  1865,  at  Savannah,  Ga. ;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  May 
18,  1864,  with  rank  from  March  7,  1864, 
vice  J.  Timon,  promoted. 

SMITH,  THOMAS  J.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  D,  38th  Infantry,  June  3,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  December  13,  1862,  at 
Fredericksburg,  Va.;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  22,  1863,  at  East  New 
York;  again  enrolled  July  29,  1863,  at 
New  York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
A,  38th  Infantry,  reorganizing,  Septem- 
ber 14,  1863;  transferred  to  Company  K, 
this  regiment,  October  14,  1863;  resigned, 
January  3,  1865;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  September  14,  1863,  original. 

STEWART,  JAMES  CATARINE,  late 
Surgeon,  I7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Surgeon,  this  regiment,  July  9,  1863;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  January  23,  1865; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  December  29, 
1863,  with  rank  from  July  6,  1863,  orig- 
inal. 

SUMMERS,  JAMES  F.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled August  3,  1863,  at  New  York  city 


to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  October 
12,  1863;  discharged,  November  8,  1864; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 29,  1863,  with  rank  from  October 

12,  1863,   original. 

TIMON,  JOHN,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
June  I,  1863,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  nth  Infantry,  reor- 
ganizing, July  13,  1863;  transferred  to 
Company  D,  this  regiment,  October  I, 
1863;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
March  8,  1864;  as  Captain,  Company  A, 
May  30,  1865;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, July  13,  1865,  at  Alexandria,  Va.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 29,  1863,  with  rank  from  July  n, 

1863,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  May  18, 

1864,  with  rank  from  March  7,  1864,  vice 
W.    E.    Fisher,   promoted;    Captain,    May 
30,  1865,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  H. 
Wilde,  resigned. 

VEGA,  RAFAEL,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
May  18,  1863,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, nth  Infantry,  reorganizing,  Au- 
gust 26,  1863;  transferred  to  Company  E, 
this  regiment,  October  i,  1863;  dis- 
charged, April  4,  1864;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  29,  1863,  with 
rank  from  August  26,  1863,  original. 

WATSON,  JAMES  L.,  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, H5th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as 
Surgeon,  this  regiment,  January  27, 
1865;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  July 

13,  1865,   at   Alexandria,   Va.;    commis- 
sioned Surgeon,  January  27,  1865,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  James  C.  Stew- 
art, resigned. 

WEHMANN,  CLEMENS,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  9th  Infantry,  May 
4,  1861;  promoted  Corporal,  January  I, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
20,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  again  en- 
rolled June  15,  1863,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  D,  gth  In- 


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fantry,  reorganizing,  August  29,  1863; 
transferred  to  Company  H,  this  regi- 
ment, October  14,  1863;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  I,  1865;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  June  2, 1865;  mustered 
out  with  company,  July  13,  1865,  at 
Alexandria,  Va.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  30,  1864,  with 
rank  from  September  3,  1864,  vice  W. 
Corry,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  May 
30,  1865,  with  rank  from  January  14, 
1865,  vice  W.  Corry,  promoted  Quar- 
termaster. 

WESTERVELT,  WILLIAM  B.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Bing- 
hamton  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  F,  27th  In- 
fantry, May  21,  1861;  promoted  Corpo- 
ral, September  i,  1861;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  31,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y.;  again  enrolled  September  8, 
1863,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
A,  38th  Infantry,  reorganizing,  Septem- 
ber 14,  1863;  transferred  to  Company 


K,  this  regiment,  October  14,  1863;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
E,  June  2,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  13,  1865,  at  Alexandria, 
Va.;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
May  30,  1865,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  D.  A.  Harper,  promoted. 

WHALEY,  ALVIN  M.,  late  Captain,  i;th 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Quartermas- 
ter, this  regiment,  June  17,  1863;  dis- 
charged, January  14,  1865;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant  and  Quarter- 
master, December  29,  1863,  with  rank 
from  June  6,  1863,  original. 

WILDE,  HIRAM,  late  Captain,  I7th  In- 
fantry; enrolled  July  10,  1863,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  Company  A,  this 
regiment,  August  7,  1863;  resigned, 
April  8,  1865,  at  Goldsboro,  N.  C;  com- 
missioned Captain,  December  29,  1863, 
with  rank  from  September  i,  1863,  orig- 
inal. 


EIGHTEENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

New  York  State  Rifles ;  Riflemen. 

This  regiment,  Col.  William  A.  Jackson,  was  accepted  by  the  State  and  received  its 
numerical  designation  May  13,  1861 ;  was  organized  at  Albany,  and  there  mustered  in  the 
service  of  the  United  States  for  two  years  May  17,  1861.  May  II,  1863,  the  three  years' 
men  of  the  regiment  were  transferred  to  the  I2ist  N.  Y.  Volunteers. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally:  A  and  E  at  Schenectady;  B,  F,  H  and  I 
at  Albany  and  immediate  vicinity ;  C  at  Fishkill ;  D  —  Walkill  Guards  —  at  Middlctown 
and  in  Sullivan  county;  G  at  Canandaigua,  and  K  at  Ogdensburg. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  June  19,  1861 ;  served  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  from  June 
21,  1861 ;  in  2d  Brigade,  sth  Division,  Army  of  Northeastern  Virginia,  from  July  13,  1861 ; 
in  Franklin's  Brigade,  Division  of  Potomac,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Newton's  Brigade, 
Franklin's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  3d  Brigade,  ist 
Division,  1st  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March  13,  1862;  in  the  3d  Brigade,  ist 
Division,  6th  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  May,  1862,  and,  commanded  by  Col. 
George  R.  Myers,  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  at  Albany  May  28,  1863. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  3  officers,  28  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  i  officer,  7  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  I  officer,  35  enlisted  men ;  total,  5  officers,  70  enlisted  men ;  aggregate,  75 ;  of 
whom  3  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following 
engagements,  etc. : 


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PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Braddock  Road,  Va  

1861. 
July          1  6 
17 
18 

21 

Aug          28 

Fairfax  Station,  Va  

4 
5 

Bull  Run,  Va  

Munson's  Hill,  Va  

Munson's  Hill,  Va  

Springfield  Station,  Va  

Dec.             4 
1862. 

Union  Mills,  Va  

West  Point    Va      

May            7 
June  25- 
July  2 
June          2  7 
28 
3° 
July            i 
Aug          28 

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

2 

17 

i 

i 

i; 

58 

i 

42 

I2S 

Gaines  Mill  

Garnett's  and  Golding's  Farms  

Glendale  

Malvern  Hill  

Burke's  Station,  Va  

Crampton's  Pass,  Md  

5 

i 

35 

2 

54 
4 

3 

Antietam,  Md  

17 
Dec.    11-15 
1863. 
April       29- 
May  2 
May       3-4 

Fredericksburg,  Va  

Franklin's  Crossing,  Va  

Marye's  Heights  and  Salem  Church,  Va  

33 

34 
I 

Loss  on  picket  Nov.  4,  1861  

Total  loss  

7 

3 

28 

i 

6 

106 

i 

77 

229 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 
WILLIAM  A.  JACKSON,  from  May  17 

to  November  10,  1861. 
WILLIAM  H.  YOUNG,  from  November 

n,  1861,  to  August  14,  1862. 
GEORGE   R.   MYERS,   from  August   15, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
WILLIAM  H.  YOUNG,  from  May  17  to 

November  n,  1861. 
GEORGE    R.    MYERS,   from    November 

ii,  1861,  to  August  15,  1862. 
JOHN   C.   MEGINNIS,  from  August  14, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Majors. 
GEORGE   R.   MYERS,  from  May  17  to 

November   n,   1861. 
JOHN   C.   MEGINNIS,   from   November 

ii,  1861,  to  August  14,  1862. 
WILLIAM   SEWARD  GRIDLEY,  from 

August  14,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Adjutants. 

JOHN  H.  RUSSELL,  from  May  17, 1861, 
to  July  28,  1862. 


E.  NOTT  SCHERMERHORN,  from 
August  i,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 

WILLIAM  V.  HORSFALL,  from  May 
17  to  September  18,  1861. 

WILLIAM  RUSSELL,  JR.,  from  Sep- 
tember 18,  1861,  to  April  22,  1863. 

RODNEY  S.  VEDDER,  acting,  from  De- 
cember 9,  1862,  to  . 

SOLOMON  W.  RUSSELL,  JR.,  from 
May  i  to  May  28,  1863. 

Surgeons. 
JAMES  L.  VAN   INGEN,  from  May  17 

to  August  4,  1861. 
NATHAN    P.    RICE,    from    August    19, 

1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
ALEXANDER    A.    EDMESTON,    from 

May  17,  1861,  to  October  7,  1862. 
FRANK  J.  MATTIMORE,  from  August 

18,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 
JOHN  H.  BARTHOLF,  from  November 

5,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 


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Chaplain. 

ALFRED  A.  FARR,  from  May  17,  1861, 
to  July  31,  1862,  and  from  November  27, 
1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM   SEWARD  GRIDLEY,  from 

May  17,  1861,  to  August  14,  1862. 
DANIEL    DALEY,     from    December    9, 
1862,  to  February  26,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
DANIEL   DALEY,   from   May   17,    1861, 

to  December  9,  1862. 
HENRY   E.  MUNGER,  from   November 

10,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

EDWARD  W.  GROOT,  from  May  17  to 

December   14,   1861. 
HENRY   E.   MUNGER,   from   December 

26,  1861,  to  November  10,  1862. 
JOSEPH  STRUNK,  from  November  10, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
JOHN   HASTINGS,  from  May  17,   1861, 

to  September  8,  1862. 

ROBERT  A.  MALONE,  from  Septem- 
ber 19,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ALEXANDER    HAMILTON    WANDS, 

from  May  17,  1861,  to  July  18,  1862. 
WILLIAM    B.    PURDY,    from    July    19, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
MORTON      LAFAYETTE     NORTON, 

from  May  17,  1861,  to  October  24,  1862. 
GEORGE   N.   GOODNO,   from    October 

24,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

HENRY  WILTSIE,  from  May  17  to  Oc- 
tober 9,  1861. 

A.  BARCLAY  MITCHELL,  from  Octo- 
ber 19,  1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 


First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN   W.    BIRMINGHAM,   from   May    17 

to  June  16,   1861. 
A.   BARCLAY  MITCHELL,  from  June   16 

to  October  19,  1861. 
JOHN  MOONEY,  from  October  19,  1861, 

to  June  27,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

SAMUEL  LEITH,  from  May  17  to  Octo- 
ber 9,  1861. 

THOMAS  M.  HOLDEN,  from  November 
i,  1861,  to  July  22,  1862. 

ANDREW  C.  BEARUP,  from  December 
9,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
JOHN    C.    MEGINNIS,    from    May    17    to 

November  n,  1861. 
GEORGE  BARRY,  from  November  n, 

1861,  to  June  27,   1862. 

ROSWELL   M.    SAYERS,    from    June   27, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  BARRY,  from  May  17  to  No- 
vember n,  1861. 

ROSWELL  M.  SAYERS,  from  November 
n,  1861,  to  June  27,  1862. 

JOHN  SMITH  KING,  from  June  28,  1862, 
to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
ROSWELL  M.   SAYERS,  from  May  17  to 

November  n,  1861. 
ROBERT  A.  MALONE,  from  November 

ii,  1861,  to  September  19,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 

STEPHEN  TRUAX,  from  May  17  to  De- 
cember 27,  1861. 
WILLIAM    HORSFALL,   from    December 

27,  1861,  to  September  14,  1862. 
JOHN  VEDDER,  from  September  20,  1862, 
to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  HORSFALL,  from  May  17  to 

December  27,  1861. 
JOHN  VEDDER,  from  December  27,  1861, 

to  September  20,  1862. 


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ALFRED  TRUAX,  from  September  20, 
1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  VEDDER,  from  May  17  to  Decem- 
ber 27,  1861. 

E.  NOTT  SCHERMERHORN,  from  De- 
cember 27,  1861,  to  August  i,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
JOHN  LAWLESS,  from  April  22  to  April 

30,  1861. 
MICHAEL  H.  DONOVAN,  from  May  17, 

1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD    FISHER,   from    May    17,    1861, 

to  March  25,   1862. 
JOHN    M.    DEMPSEY,    from     March     25, 

1862,  to  May  28,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  MOONEY,  from  May  17  to  October 

19,   1861. 
JOHN    M.    DEMPSEY,    from    October    19, 

1861,  to  March  25,  1862. 
JOHN  W.  FARR,  from  March  25,  1862,  to 

May  28,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captain: 

HENRY  FAUROT,  from  May  17,  1861,  to 
July  21,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  H.  MORGAN,  from  May  17  to 
September  30,  1861. 

ISAAC  S.  GREEN,  from  September  30, 
1861,  to  August  8,  1862. 

ALFRED  M.  CHESMORE,  from  Novem- 
ber 2,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

WILLIAM  H.  ELLIS,  JR.,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  February  9,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 

PETER  HOGAN,  from  May  17  to  Novem- 
ber i,  1861. 

THEODORE  C.  ROGERS,  from  November 
7,  1861,  to  June  27,  1862. 


JOHN  MOONEY,  from  June  27,  1862,  to 
May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

THEODORE  C.  ROGERS,  from  May  17 
to  November  7,  1861. 

WILLIAM  E.  CARMICHAEL,  from  No- 
vember 6,  1861,  to  July  16,  1862. 

THOMAS  S.  LANE,  from  July  16,  1862,  to 
May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  E.   CARMICHAEL,   from  May 

17  to  November  6,  1861. 
THOMAS    S.    LANE,    from    November    6, 

1861,  to  July  16,  1862. 

RODNEY    S.    VEDDER,     from     June    27, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM    G.    WEED,    from   April    19   to 

May    10,    1861. 

THOMAS  J.  RADCLIFF,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
MICHAEL  A.  NOLAN,   from   April  20  to 

April  29,   1861. 
GEORGE  CHAPMAN,  from  May  17,  1861, 

to  January  15,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  W.   HEALD,  from   May  17  to 

November  6,   1861. 
JAMES    CHALMERS,    from    November   5, 

1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains : 
DAVID   L.   BARTLETT,  from   May   17  to 

August  4,  1861. 
ALBERT     S.    SEELY,     from     August     4, 

1861,  to  October  r,  1862. 
HORATIO   G.   GOODNOW,  from  October 
i,  1862,  to  January  19,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ALBERT  S.  SEELY,  from  May  17  to 
August  4,  1861. 

HORATIO  G.  GOODNOW,  from  August 
4,  1861,  to  October  i,  1862. 

FREEMAN  F.  HUNTINGTON,  from  Oc- 
tober 2,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 

HORATIO  G.  GOODNOW,  from  May  17 

to  August  4,  1861. 
EDWARD    M.    TILLEY,    from    August   3, 

1861,  to  June  27,  1862. 

ARTHUR  M.   GRANT,  from  December  9, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR  AP- 
POINTED BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE  GRADES 

NAMED. 

TROWBRIDGE,  W.  R.,  as  Surgeon. 
CHALMERS,  JAMES,  as  First  Lieutenant. 
MARVEN,  JOHN  H.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

BREVET  COMMISSION  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR 
TO  AN  ENLISTED  MAN  AS  FOLLOWS: 

MARLETT,  GEORGE  W.,  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  Second  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

BARRY,  GEORGE,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
April  30,  1861,  at  Middletown  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted 
Captain,  November  n,  1861 ;  killed  in 
action,  June  27,  1862,  at  Gaines  Mill,  Va. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  April  30,  1861,  orig- 
inal ;  Captain,  December  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  n,  1861,  vice  Meginnis, 
promoted. 

BARTHOLF,  JOHN  H.,  age  —  years ;  en- 
rolled October  21,  1862,  at  Alexandria, 
Va.,  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  November  5,  1862 ; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  May  28, 

1863,  at   Albany,   N.   Y. ;    subsequent   ser- 
vice   in   U.    S.   Volunteers ;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  October  27,   1862,  with 
rank  from  October  21,  1862,  vice  Edmis- 
ton,  resigned. 

BARTLETT,  DAVID  L.,  age  50  years ;  en- 
rolled May  12,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned,  Au- 
gust 4,  1861 ;  commissioned  Captain,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  30,  1861, 
original. 

BEARUP,  ANDREW  C,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  2,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to 


serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  E,  May  17,  1861 ;  returned  to 
ranks,  October  i,  1861 ;  transferred  to 
Company  C,  July  2,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  9,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  28, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  10,  1802, 
with  rank  from  July  22,  1862,  vice  Hoi- 
den,  resigned. 

BIRMINGHAM,  JOHN  W.,  age  43  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Fishkill  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  C,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned, 
June  16,  1861,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  25,  1861,  original. 

CARMICHAEL,  WILLIAM  E.,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Middle- 
town  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  17, 
1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 6,  1861 ;  resigned,  July  16,  1862 ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  6,  1861,  vice  Rogers, 
promoted. 

CHALMERS,  JAMES,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  I,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  5,  1861 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  28,  1863,  at 
Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  5,  1861,  vice  Charles  W. 
Heald,  resigned ;  First  Lieutenant,  not 
mustered,  May  31,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  15,  1863,  vice  Chapman,  resigned. 

CHAPMAN,  GEORGE,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned, 
January  15,  1863 ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  10,  1861,  original. 

CHESMORE,  ALFRED  M.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  19,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, no  date ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  November  2,  1862 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  28,  1863, 
at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First 


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Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  November  2,  1862,  vice  Green,  re- 
signed. 

DALEY,  DANIEL,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
April  22,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  May  17,  1861;  promoted 
Captain,  December  9,  1862 ;  discharged  for 
disability,  February  26,  1863 ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  22,  1861,  original;  Cap- 
tain, November  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  14,  1862,  vice  Gridley,  promoted. 

DEMPSEY,  JOHN  M.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  19,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  March  25,  1862 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  28,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  43d  Infantry ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 2,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  19, 
1861,  vice  Mooney,  promoted ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  10,  1862,  with  rank  from 
March  25,  1862,  vice  Fisher,  dismissed. 

DONOVAN,  MICHAEL  H.,  age  38  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany F,  May  17,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
see  59th  Infantry ;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  2,  1861, 
original. 

EDMESTON,  ALEXANDER  A.,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  May  14,  1861,  at  Albany 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned,  Oc- 
tober 7,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Surgeon, 
92d  Infantry ;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  14,  1861,  original. 

ELLIS,  JR.,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Canandaigua  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  17,  1861 ; 
resigned,  February  9,  1863 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

FARR,  ALFRED  A.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled May  14,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  May 
17,  1861 ;  resigned,  July  31,  1862;  enrolled 
and  reappointed,  November  27,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  May  28,  1863,  at 
•  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Chaplain, 


July    4,    1861,    with    rank    from    May    14, 

1861,  original;  again  commissioned  Chap- 
lain, November  10,   1862,  with  rank  from 
July  31,  1862,  vice  himself,  resigned. 

FARR,  JOHN  W.,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
April  19,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 

F,  May    17,    1861 ;    promoted    First    Ser- 
geant,   no    date;    mustered    in    as    Second 
Lieutenant,  March  25,  1862;  mustered  out 
with   company,    May  28,    1863,   at   Albany, 
N.    Y. ;    subsequent    service    in    i8th    Cav- 
alry;    commissioned     Second     Lieutenant, 
November  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  March 
25,    1862,   vice   Dempsey,   promoted. 

FAUROT,  HENRY,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
May  7,  1861,  at  Canandaigua  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 

G,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned,  July  21,  1862; 
commissioned   Captain,  July  4,   1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,   1861,  original. 

FISHER,  EDWARD,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  May  17,  1861;  dismissed, 
March  25,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April 
22,  1861,  original. 

GOODNO,  GEORGE  N.,  age  41  years ;  en- 
rolled at  Ogdensburg  to  serve  unexpired 
term  of  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  K,  October  I,  1861 ; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B, 
October  24,  1862 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Janu- 
ary 22,  1863,  with  rank  from  October  24, 

1862,  vice   Norton,   resigned. 
GOODNOW,  HORATIO  G.,  age  50  years; 

enrolled  May  12,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  17,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  4,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, October  i,  1862;  resigned,  January 
19,  1863 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  12, 
1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  August 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  4,  1861, 
vice  A.  S.  Seely,  promoted;  Captain,  No- 
vember 10,  1862,  with  rank  from  October 
i,  1862,  vice  Seely,  resigned. 
GRANT,  ARTHUR  M.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  26,  1861,  at  Malone  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Musician,  Com- 
pany I,  i6th  Infantry,  May  15,  1861 ; 
transferred  as  Private  to  Company  K, 


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this  regiment,  June  24,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant,  June  27,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  9,  1862 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  28,  1863, 
at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  10,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  27,  1862,  vice  Tilley,  resigned. 

GREEN,  ISAAC  S.,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
May  7,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
G,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted  Fife  Major, 
same  date;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  September  30,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, August  8,  1862;  subsequent  service 
in  i6th  Artillery;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  30,  1861,  vice  Morgan, 
resigned. 

GRIDLEY,  WILLIAM  SEWARD,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  Sche- 
nectady  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  A,  May  17,  1861 ; 
as  Major,  August  14,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  May  28,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y. ;  Colonel,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  bre- 
vet; see  i6th  Artillery;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  22,  1861,  original;  Major,  October 
II,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  14,  1862, 
vice  Meginnis,  promoted. 

GROOT,  EDWARD  W.,  age  18  years ;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  17,  1861 ; 
discharged  for  disability,  December  14, 
1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  I34th  Infan- 
try; commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  22, 
1861,  original. 

HASTINGS,  JOHN,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
April  24,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
B,  May  17,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  September 
8,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Lieutenant-Colo- 
nel, 7th  Artillery;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April  24, 
1861,  original. 

HEALD,  CHARLES  W.,  age  42  years ;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  May  17,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, November  6,  1861 ;  again  enrolled 
at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  nth  Battery,  July  24, 
1862;  discharged  for  disability,  April  17, 
1864,  at  Falmouth,  Va. ;  commissioned 


Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

HOGAN,  PETER,  age  33  years;  enrolled 
May  7,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
H,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned,  November  I, 
1861 ;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

HOLDEN,  THOMAS  M.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  April  19,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  same  day;  Sergeant-Major,  May 
18,  1861 ;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
November  I,  1861 ;  discharged,  July  22, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  2,  1861,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 9,  1861,  vice  Leith,  resigned. 

HORSFALL,  WILLIAM,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  17,  1861 ; 
as  Captain,  December  27,  1861;  killed  in 
action,  September  14,  1862,  at  Crampton's 
Pass,  Md. ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  2, 
1861,  original;  Captain,  January  3,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  27,  1861,  vice 
Truax,  resigned. 

HORSFALL,  WILLIAM  V.,  age  34  years ; 
enrolled  May  14,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Quartermaster, 
May  17,  1861;  resigned,  September  18, 
1861;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  14,  1861,  original. 

HUNTINGTON,  FREEMAN  F.,  age  20 
years;  enrolled  May  12,  1861,  at  Ogdens- 
burg  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  K,  May  17,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  October  2, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent 
service  in  i6th  Artillery;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  November  10,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  i,  1862,  vice  H.  G. 
Goodnow,  promoted. 

JACKSON,  WILLIAM  A.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  14,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  May 
17,  1861;  died,  of  disease,  November  10, 
1861,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Colonel,  June  18,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  13,  1861,  original. 


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KING,  JOHN  SMITH,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Middletown  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  May  17,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  December  I,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  June  28,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  28, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service 
in  I24th  Infantry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  10,  1862,  with  rank 
from  June  26,  1862,  vice  Sayers,  pro- 
moted. 

LANE,  THOMAS  S.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Middletown  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  H,  May  17,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  6,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  July  16,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  28,  1863, 
at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  6,  1861,  vice  Carmichael, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  November 
10,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  16,  1862, 
vice  Carmichael,  resigned. 

LAWLESS,  JOHN,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
to  serve  two  years,  and  appointed  Cap- 
tain, Company  F,  April  22,  1861;  not  mus- 
tered in;  out  of  service,  April  30,  1861; 
subsequent  service  in  25th  Militia;  not 
commissioned. 

LEITH,  SAMUEL,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
April  25,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  May  17,  1861;  resigned,  Oc- 
tober 9,  1861,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  subse- 
quent service  in  I32d  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  25,  1861,  original. 

MALONE,  ROBERT  A.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Middletown  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  D,  May  17,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  n,  1861; 
as  Captain,  Company  B,  September  19, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent 
service  in  I24th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  n,  1861,  vice 
Sayers,  promoted;  Captain,  November  10, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  8,  1862, 
vice  Hastings,  promoted  to  Colonel,  7th 
Artillery. 

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MARVEN,  JOHN  H.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled April  19,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany D,  May  17,  1861;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  30,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  15,  1863,  vice  Chalmers,  pro- 
moted. 

MATTIMORE,  FRANK  J.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  August  n,  1862,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  August  18,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  28,  1863,  at  Al- 
bany, N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Assistant 
Surgeon,  August  18,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  ii,  1862,  original. 

MEGINNIS,  JOHN  C,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  D, 
May  17,  1861;  as  Major,  November  11, 
1861;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  August  14, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  30,  1861,  original;  Major,  Decem- 
ber 2,  1861,  with  rank  from  November 
11,  1861,  vice  Myers,  promoted;  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, October  n,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  14,  1862,  vice  Myers,  pro- 
moted. 

MITCHELL,  A.  BARCLAY,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Musician, 
Company  E,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  June  16,  1861;  as 
Captain,  October  19,  1861 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  28,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  June  14, 
1861,  original;  Captain,  November  15, 
1861,  with  rank  from  October  19,  1861, 
vice  Wiltsie,  dismissed. 

MOONEY,  JOHN,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
April  19,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  F,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  October  19,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  Company  H,  June  27, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  such,  April  I,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  28, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  22,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861,  with  rank 


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from  October  19,  1861,  vice  Mitchell,  pro- 
moted; Captain,  March  23,  1863,  with 
rank  from  June  27,  1862,  vice  Rogers, 
killed  in  action. 

MORGAN,  JAMES  H.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Canandaigua  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  17,  1861 ; 
resigned,  September  30,  1861 ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

MUNGER,  HENRY  E.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  unexpired  term 
of  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  November  I,  1861; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  December 
26,  1861;  First  Lieutenant,  November  10, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  26,  1861, 
with  rank  from  December  14,  1861,  vice 
Groot,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 10,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
14,  1862,  vice  Daley,  promoted. 

MYERS,  GEORGE  R.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  14,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Major,  May  17, 
1861;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  November 
u,  1861;  as  Colonel,  August  15,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  May  28, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  Brigadier-Gen- 
eral, U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from 
March  13,  1865;  commissioned  Major, 
June  18,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13, 
1861,  original;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  No- 
vember 15,  1861,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber ii,  1861,  vice  Young,  promoted; 
Colonel,  September  24,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  14,  1862,  vice  Young,  re- 
signed. 

NOLAN,  MICHAEL  A.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  two  years,  and  ap- 
pointed First  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 
April  20,  1861;  not  mustered  in,  and  out 
of  service,  April  29,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  25th  Militia;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

NORTON,  MORTON  LAFAYETTE, 
age  33  years;  enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at 
Albany  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May 
17,  1861;  discharged  for  disability,  Oc- 
tober 24,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  24,  1861,  original. 


PURDY,  WILLIAM  B.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Albany  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  B,  May  17,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  July  I,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  July 
19,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  November 
10,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  18,  1862, 
vice  Wands,  resigned. 

RADCLIFF,  THOMAS  J.,  age  40  years; 
enrolled  May  10,  1861,  at  Albany  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  I,  May  17,  1861;  dis- 
missed, January  13,  1862;  dismissal  re- 
voked; mustered  out  with  company, 
May  28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original;  again 
commissioned  Captain,  June  14,  1862, 
with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  himself, 
dismissed. 

RICE,  NATHAN  P.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled at  Alexandria,  Va.,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  Au- 
gust 19,  1861;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, May  28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
subsequent  service  in  U.  S.  Volunteers; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  August  20,  1861, 
with  rank  from  August  19,  1861,  vice  J. 
L.  Van  Ingen,  resigned. 

ROGERS,  THEODORE  C.,age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  May  17,  1861;  as 
Captain,  November  7,  1861;  killed  in 
action,  June  27,  1862,  at  Gaines  Mill, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7, 
1861,  original ;  Captain,  December  2, 
1861,  with  rank  from  November  6, 1861, 
vice  Hogan,  resigned. 

RUSSELL,  JOHN  H.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  14,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Adjutant, 
May  17,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  June 
27,  1862,  at  Gaines  Mill,  Va.;  died,  of 
his  wounds,  July  28,  1862,  at  hospital, 
Philadelphia,  Pa.;  commissioned  Adju- 
tant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
17,  1861,  original. 

RUSSELL,  JR.,  SOLOMON  W.,  late 
Captain,  7th  Cavalry;  mustered  in  as 
Quartermaster,  this  regiment,  May  I, 


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1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  subsequent 
service  in  49th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  April  22,  1863,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  Mooney,  pro- 
moted. 

RUSSELL,  JR.,  WILLIAM,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Quartermaster,  September 
18,  1861;  resigned,  April  22,  1863;  sub- 
sequent service  in  U.  S.  Volunteers; 
commissioned  Quartermaster,  Septem- 
ber 28,  1861,  with  rank  from  September 
21,  1861,  vice  W.  V.  Horsfall,  resigned. 

SAYERS,  ROSWELL  M.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Middletown 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  17, 
1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  November  II, 
1861;  promoted  Captain,  June  27,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  such,  December  9,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  28, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  30,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  2,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  n,  1861,  vice  Barry, 
promoted;  Captain,  November  10,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  26,  1862,  vice 
Barry,  killed  in  action. 

SCHERMERHORN,  ELIPHALET  NOTT, 
age  23  years;  enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at 
Schenectady  to  serve  two  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  E, 
May  17,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant- 
Major,  November  n,  1861;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  E,  De- 
cember 27,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  August  i,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  28,  1863,  at  Al- 
bany, N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  3,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  27,  1861,  vice  Vedder, 
promoted;  Adjutant,  November  10, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  I,  1862, 
vice  J.  H.  Russell,  died,  of  wounds  re- 
ceived in  action. 

SEELY,  ALBERT  S.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  12,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  17,  1861; 
as  Captain,  August  4,  1861;  discharged, 
October  i,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  12,  1861,  original;  Captain,  August 


27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  4,  1861, 
vice  D.  L.  Bartlett,  resigned. 

STRUNK,  JOSEPH,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled April  22,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  May  17,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  10,  1862;  dis- 
charged, May  28,  1863;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  2d  Veteran  Cavalry;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  November 
10,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  14, 
1862,  vice  Munger,  promoted. 

TILLEY,  EDWARD  M.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  12,  1861,  at  Ogdensburg 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  K,  May  17,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  3,  1861;  mus- 
tered out,  June  27,  1862,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  U.  S.  Vol- 
unteers; commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  4,  1861,  vice  H.  G.  Goodnow, 
promoted. 

TROWBRIDGE,  W.  R.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled and  appointed  Surgeon,  no  date ; 
resigned,  October  3,  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

TRUAX,  ALFRED,  age  30  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
E,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
November  14,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  September  20,  1862 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  28,  1863,  at  Al- 
bany, N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  15,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  20,  1862,  vice  Vedder,  pro- 
moted. 

TRUAX,  STEPHEN,  age  —  years ;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
E,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned,  December  27, 
1861 ;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  2,  1861.  original. 

VAN  INGEN,  JAMES  L.,  age  43  years; 
enrolled  May  14,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  May 
17,  1861 ;  resigned,  August  4,  1861 ;  subse- 
quent service  in  5th  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  14,  1861,  original. 

VEDDER,  JOHN,  age  —  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 


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Company  E,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, December  27,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
September  20,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  2,   1861,  orig- 
inal;   First    Lieutenant,    January    3,    1862, 
with  rank  from   December  27,   1861,   vice 
W.   Horsfall,  promoted;    Captain,   Decem- 
ber  15,    1862,  with  rank  from   September 
20,     1862,    vice     W.    Horsfall,    killed    in 
action. 

VEDDER,  RODNEY  S.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  2,  1861,  at  Schenectady  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted 
Commissary-Sergeant,  November  I,  1861 ; 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June  27, 
1862;  acting  Quartermaster  from  Decem- 
ber 9,  1862 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  28,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  November  10, 

1862,  with  rank  from  July   16,   1862,  vice 
Lane,  promoted. 

WlANDS,  ALEXANDER  HAMILTON,  age 
23  years ;  enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Al- 
bany to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  17, 


1861 ;  discharged  for  disability,  July  18, 
1862;  subsequent  service  in  Veteran  Re- 
serve Corps ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April 
24,  1861,  original. 

WEED,  WILLIAM  G.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  two  years  and  appointed 
Captain,  Company  I,  April  19,  1861 ;  out 
of  service,  May  10,  1861 ;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Captain,  May  i,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  20,  1861,  original. 

WILTSIE,  HENRY,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
April  25,  1861,  at  Fishkill  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
C,  May  17,  1861 ;  dismissed,  October  9, 
1861,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  25,  1861,  original. 

YOUNG,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  37  years ;  en- 
rolled May  14,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted  Colonel, 
November  u,  1861 ;  resigned,  August  14, 
1862 ;  commissioned  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
June  18,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13, 
1861,  original;  Colonel,  November  15, 
1861,  with  rank  from  November  n,  1861, 
vice  Jackson,  deceased. 


NINETEENTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Cayuga  County  Regiment ;  Seward  Infantry. 

This  regiment  was  accepted  by  the  State  and  organized  as  a  regiment  of  infantry 
for  two  years'  service;  it  served  as  infantry  until  December  n,  1861,  when  it  was  con- 
verted into  a  regiment  of  artillery  and  designated  the  3d  Regiment,  Light  Artillery,  under 
which  title  its  record  and  service  are  given. 


OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  NOT  TRANS- 
FERRED TO  THE  THIRD  ARTIL- 
LERY. 

Colonel. 

JOHN  S.  CLARK,  from  May  22  to  No- 
vember 18,  1861. 

Lieutenant-Colonel. 

CLARENCE  A.  SEWARD,  from  May  22 
to  September  28,  1861. 

Assistant  Surgeon. 

BENJAMIN  F.  HOWARD,  from  May  22 
to  September  14,  1861. 


Chaplain. 

HENRY  FOWLER,  from  June  i  to  Sep- 
tember 30,  1861. 

Captains. 

JOHN  T.  BAKER,  from  May  22  to  No- 
vember 5,  1861,  Company  A. 

TERRENCE  J.  KENNEDY,  from  May  22 
to  November  16,  1861,  Company  B. 

NELSON  T.  STEPHENS,  from  May  22  to 
October  31,  1861,  Company  F. 

SOLOMON  GILES,  from  May  22  to  Sep- 
tember 30,  1861,  Company  H. 

JAMES  R.  ANGEL,  from  May  22  to  Octo- 
ber 31,  1861,  Company  K. 


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First  Lieutenants. 

WATSON  C.  SQUIRE,  from  May  22  to 
October  4,  1861,  Company  F. 

AUGUSTUS  FIELD,  from  May  22  to  Oc- 
tober 4,  1861,  Company  H. 

ALBERT  H.  CARR,  from  May  22  to  Octo- 
ber 31,  1861,  Company  K. 

Second  Lieutenants. 
EDWARD   C.    BURTIS,    from   May  22  to 

May  23,   1861,  Company  E. 
EDWARD   S.   PARKER,  from  May  22  to 

October  4,  1861,  Company  F. 
MARQUIS  D.  NICHOLS,  from  May  22  to 

September  I,  1861,  Company  H. 
LESTER  W.  FORSTING,  from  May  22  to 

October  31,  1861,  Company  K. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ANGEL,  JAMES  R.,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
May  II,  1861,  at  Springport  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
K,  May  22,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  October 
31,  1861,  company  having  been  trans- 
ferred to  other  companies ;  subsequent 
service  'in  3d  Artillery ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  u,  1861,  original. 

BAKER,  JOHN  T.,  age  40  years;  enrolled 
April  29,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
A,  May  22,  1861 ;  resigned,  November  5, 
1861 ;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  24,  1861,  original. 

BURTIS,  EDWARD  C,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled April  29,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  May  22,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, May  23,  1861 ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  22,  1861,  original. 

CARR,  ALBERT  H.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  K,  May  22,  1861 ;  mustered 
out,  October  31,  1861 ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  n,  1861,  original. 

CLARK,  JOHN  S.,  age  37  years;  enrolled 
May  18,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve  two 


years;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  May  22, 
1861 ;  resigned,  November  18,  1861 ;  sub- 
sequent service  as  Colonel  and  additional 
Aide-de-Camp,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  commis- 
sioned Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with  ranlc 
from  May  17,  1861,  original. 

FIELD,  AUGUSTUS,  age  39  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  May  22,  1861 ;  mustered  out, 
October  4,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in 
losth  Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, November  II,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  4,  1861,  original. 

FORSTING,  LESTER  W.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  'in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  May  22,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out,  October  31,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  n,  1861,  original. 

FOWLER,  HENRY,  age  —  years ;  enrolled 
at  Auburn  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Chaplain,  June  I,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, September  30,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Chaplain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
June  i,  1861,  original. 

GILES,  SOLOMON,  age  39  years;  enrolled 
May  9,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
H,  May  22,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  Septem- 
ber 30,  1861,  company  having  been  con- 
solidated with  others  of  the  regiment; 
subsequent  service  in  3d  Artillery;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

HOWARD,  BENJAMIN  F.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  17,  1861,  at  Auburn  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, May  22,  1861 ;  resigned,  September 
14,  1861,  to  accept  appointment  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  U.  S.  Army;  see  4th  Artil- 
lery ;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
July  4,  1 86 1,  with  rank  from  May  20,  1861, 
original. 

KENNEDY,  TERRENCE  J.,  age  41  years; 
enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  May  22,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  No- 
vember 16,  1861,  at  Auburn,  N.  Y. ;  sub- 
sequent service  in  ist  Battery;  commis- 


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sioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  24,  1861,  original. 

NICHOLS,  MARQUIS  D.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  May  22,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, September  I,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  4,  1861,  original. 

PARKER,  EDWARD  S.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  May  22,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out,  October  4,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

SEWARD,  CLARENCE  A.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  18,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 


two  years;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  May  22,  1861 ;  resigned,  Septem- 
ber 28,  1861 ;  commissioned  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  17,  1861,  original. 

SQUIRE,  WATSON  C,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  May  22,  1861 ;  mustered 
out,  October  4,  1861 ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  7,  1861,  original. 

STEPHENS,  NELSON  T.,  age  40  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  F,  May 
22,  1861 ;  mustered  out,  October  31,  1861 ; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 


TWENTIETH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 
United  Turner  Rifles. 

This  regiment,  Col.  Max  Weber,  was  accepted  by  the  State  for  a  service  of  two 
years,  May  n,  1861 ;  organized  at.  New  York  city,  and  there  mustered  in  the  United 
States  service  May  6,  8  and  9,  1861,  the  field  and  staff  and  Companies  A,  B,  C,  D  and  E 
for  three  months,  the  remaining  companies  for  two  years.  At  the  request  of  the  general 
government,  the  Governor  of  the  State,  August  2,  1861,  ordered  the  portion  of  the  regi- 
ment mustered  in  for  three  months  only  into  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  the 
unexpired  portion  of  the  regiment's  term  of  State  service.  The  three  years'  men  of  the 
regiment  were,  May  7,  1863,  transferred  to  the  jd  N.  Y.  Volunteer  Battery,  and  Battery 
F,  5th  Regiment,  U.  S.  Artillery. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally:  A  in  Newark,  N.  J.,  and  vicinity;  B,  C, 
E  and  F  in  New  York  city;  D  in  New  York  city,  Albany,  Poughkeepsie,  and  a  few  men 
in  New  Jersey;  G  in  New  York  city,  Poughkeepsie,  Rochester,  Syracuse,  and  in  Newark, 
N.  J. ;  H  in  New  York  city,  Brooklyn,  Hudson,  Morrisania,  Saugerties  and  Union  Hill ; 
I  in  Brooklyn,  Williamsburgh  and  College  Point;  and  K  in  New  York  city,  Brooklyn, 
and  in  New  Jersey. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  June  13,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near  Fort  Monroe,  Va., 
from  June  15,  1861 ;  at  Fort  Hatteras,  N.  C.,  from  August  28,  1861 ;  at  Fort  Monroe,  Va., 
from  September  13,  1861 ;  at  and  near  Norfolk,  Va.,  in  7th  Corps,  from  May  10,  1862; 
in  the  3d  Brigade,  2d  Division,  6th  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  June  9,  1862; 
and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  commanded  by  Col.  Ernest  Von 
Vegesack,  June  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city. 

A  reorganization  of  the  regiment  was  attempted  but  failed,  and  the  men  enlisted 
were  transferred  to  the  i6th  N.  Y.  Volunteer  Cavalry,  October  14,  1863. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  3  officers,  42  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  4  officers,  12  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  i  officer,  58  enlisted  men;  total,  8  officers,  112  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  120;  and 
it,  or  portions  of  it,  took  part  in  the  following  engagements,  etc. : 


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PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Hampton  Bridge,  Va  

1861. 
Aug.            7 
28-29 

Forts  Clark  and  Hatteras,  Va  

Sinclair's  Farm,  Va  

Black  River  Creek,  Va  

Dec.          22 

6 

7 

Near  New  Market  Bridge,  Va  

1862. 
Jan            22 

Tranter's  Creek  and  Norfolk,  Va  

May          10 
June  25- 
July  2 

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

5° 

64 

Garnett's  Farm  

Garnett's  and  Golding's  Farms  

28 
29 
3° 
July            i 
3 
Sept.         13 

Savage  Station  

White  Oak  Swamp  Bridge  

3 

Malvern  Hill  

14 
i? 
Dec.    11—15 

3 

33 

4 

9 

i 

83 

1  1 

145 

Fredericksburg,  Va  

Marye's  Heights  and  Salem  Church,  Va  

1863. 
May        3-4 

6 

3 

6 

83 

4 

106 
3 

208 
3 

427 

Total  loss  

42 

3 

4 

12 

9 

182 

4 

170 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 
MAX  WEBER,  from  May  9,  1861,  to  May 

15,  1862. 
FRANCIS   WEISS,   from   May   I  to  July 

4,   1862. 
ERNEST  VON   VEGESACK,   from  July 

19,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
FRANCIS  WEISS,  from  May  16,  1861,  to 

May  i,  1862. 
ENGLEBERT  SCHNEPF,  from  April  28, 

1862,  to  June   i,   1863. 

Majors. 
ENGLEBERT  SCHNEPF,  from  May  18, 

1861,  to  April  28,  1862. 
LORENZ  MEYER,  from  April  28,  1862, 

to  June  i,  1863. 

Adjutants. 

HENRY  RUDOLPH  KLUCKHUHN, 
from  May  18  to  November  4,  1861. 

CHARLES  LORCH,  from  November  4, 
1861,  to  June  i,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 

GEORGE  MUENCH,  from  May  18  to 
June  8,  1861. 


JULIUS   DINGELSTEDT,   from   June   8, 

1861,  to  October  4,  1862. 
NAPOLEON     SCHOENBERGER,    acting, 

from  May  15  to  August  3,  1862. 
NAPOLEON      SCHOENBERGER,      from 
October  4,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

JULIUS  HAUSER,  from  June  i,  1861,  to 
June  i,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
CHARLES  HEILAND,  from  June  i,  1861, 

to  October  4,   1862. 
GEORGE   STEINERT,   from   August   18, 

1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

ALFRED    SALES    OLIVER,    from    No- 
vember 28,  1862,  to  February  9,  1863. 

Chaplain. 

GUSTAV   FRITZ,   from  July    I,    1861,   to 
June  3,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains : 
LORENZ  MEYER,  from  May  6,  1861,  to 

April   28,   1862. 
FRANCIS  N.  WEBER,  from  May  22  to 

December  5,  1862. 

JOHN  FR.  SCHILLER  GRAY,  from  De- 
cember 5,  1862,  to  May  13,  1863. 


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First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  KNECHT,  from  May  6  to  July 
17,  1861. 

HERMAN  STOECKEL,  from  July  6,  1861, 
to  September  19,  1862. 

FREDERICK  ROSENCRANTZ,  from 
October  21  to  October  31,  1862. 

ALBAN  HOTTENROTH,  from  Novem- 
ber 29,  1862,  to  June  I,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HERMAN  STOECKEL,  from  May  6  to 
July  6,  1861. 

HENRY  R.  WALTER,  from  July  6,  1861, 
to  July  n,  1862. 

ADOLPH  FRICK,  from  June  11  to  Sep- 
tember 17,  1862. 

CHARLES  GREINER,  from  September 
17,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
ANTHONY  BRACKLIN,  from  May  6  to 

August  2,  1861. 
WILLIAM    SYRING,   from   August  2   to 

November  3,  1861. 

HENRY  RUDOLPH  KLUCKHUHN, 
from  November  4,  1861,  to  June  i,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
FRANZ  MUENICH,  from  May  6,  1861,  to 

April  21,   1862. 
GEORGE  KOENIG,  from  April  21  to  July 

10,  1862. 
ALBAN  HOTTENROTH,  from  July  6  to 

September    18,    1862. 
FREDERICK     ROSENCRANTZ,     from 

October  31,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

FRITZ  LETZEISER,  from  May  6  to  Au- 
gust 6,  1861. 

CHARLES  LORCH,  from  September  18 
to  November  4,  1861. 

ALBAN  HOTTENROTH,  from  Novem- 
ber 4,  1861,  to  July  6,  1862. 

FERDINAND  LANGE,  from  July  n, 
1862,  to  February  24,  1863. 

WILLIAM  LANG,  from  February  24  to 
June  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 

Captains : 

CHARLES  HOCHLEITNER,  from  May 
6  to  July  6,  1861. 


FRANCIS  N.  WEBER,  from  August  13, 

1861,  to  May  22,  1862. 

CHARLES  COUTURIER,  from  May  i  to 

July    10,    1862. 
ROBERT    MERKLE,    from    July    11    to 

September  26,   1862. 
HERMAN  STOECKEL,  from  September 

19,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

OTTO  HOYM,  from  May  6  to  November 

1 6,  1861. 

GUSTAV  ADOLPH  LORENZ,  from  No- 
vember 16,  1861,  to  September  17,  1862. 

ALBAN  HOTTENROTH,  from  Septem- 
ber 18  to  November  29,  1862. 

CHARLES  WORREL,  from  November 
29,  1862,  to  February  24,  1863. 

GEORGE  HINCKEL,  from  December  9, 

1862,  to  June   i,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
GUSTAV     ADOLPH     LORENZ,     from 

May  6  to  November  16,  1861. 
PAUL    GMEHLIN,    from    November    16, 

1861,  to . 

GEORGE  HINCKEL,  from  July  10  to 
December  9,  1862. 

JOSEPH  KANNENGIESSER,  from  Feb- 
ruary 24  to  June  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains : 
JOSEPH   OTTO,  from  May  6  to  June  3, 

1861. 
JOHN  W.  EIMBIGLER,  from  June  8  to 

September  21,  1861. 

HENRY  C.  WENZLAWSKY,  from  Sep- 
tember 21,  1861,  to  August  2,  1862. 
FRITZ     LETZEISER,     from    August    3, 

1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

First    Lieutenants: 
PHILIP    DRACKERT,    from    May    6   to 

July  25,   1861. 
CHARLES   COUTURIER,  from  July  17, 

1861,  to  May  i,  1862. 

JACOB  PABST,  from  May  I  to  September 

17,  1862. 

CONRAD    WEISS,    from    September    19, 

1862,  to  June   i,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  COUTURIER,  from  May  6 
to  July  17,  1861. 


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GEORGE  MUENCH,  from  July  17  to  Oc- 
tober 1 6,  1861. 

ALBERT  WEBER,  from  October  16,  1861, 
to  June  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains : 

ERNST   OTTO    BERNET,   from    May  6, 

1861,  to  July  10,   1862. 

HEINRICH    KLOEBER,    from    July    10, 

1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HEINRICH    KLOEBER,    from    May    6, 

1861,  to  July   10,   1862. 
CHARLES  VOELKER,  from  July   10  to 

September   18,    1862. 
CHRISTIAN   LOHMAN,    from ,   to 

October  g.   1862. 
HENRY   STROH,  from  November  29  to 

December  26,   1862. 
ALBERT  RITZ,  from  February  24  to  June 

i,   1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  VOELKER,  from  May  6, 
1861,  to  July  10,  1862. 

CHRISTIAN  LOHMAN,  from  May  8  to 
,  1862. 

JOHN  FR.  SCHILLER  GRAY,  from  Sep- 
tember 6  to  December  5,  1862. 

GEORGE  STRIPPEL,  from  February  24 
to  June  i,  1863. 

OF    COMPANY    F. 
Captains: 

CHARLES  SEMSEY,  from  May  6  to  July 

6,   1861. 
HERMANN  BENNECKE,  from  July  16, 

1861,  to  June  i,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
HERMANN    BENNECKE,    from    May   6 

to  July  16,  1861. 
FRITZ  LETZEISER,  from  August  6,  1861, 

to   August  3,   1862. 
NAPOLEON    SCHOENBERGER,    from 

August  3  to  October  4,  1862. 
CHARLES  WORREL,  from  February  24 

to  July  9,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

RUDOLPH  BEUTLER,  from  May  3  to 
August  14,  1861. 


HENRY  STROH,  from   October  5,  1861, 

to  July   10,   1862. 
CHARLES  BLEIDORN,  from  July  10  to 

December  26,   1862. 
WILLIAM    MECKEL,   from   February  24 

to   June    i,    1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
WILLIAM  SCHOEN,  from  May  6  to  July 

6,  1861. 

ADOLPH  BECKER,  from  July  6,  1861,  to 
June  i,  1863. 

First  Lieut  en  ants  : 

WILLIAM  SYRING,  from  May  6  to  Au- 
gust 2,  1861. 

RUDOLPH  BEUTLER,  from  August  14, 
1861,  to  July  10,  1862. 

HENRY  STROH,  from  July  10  to  Novem- 
ber 29,  1862. 

HENRY  EDWARD  ROEHR,  from  Sep- 
tember 17,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JACOB    PABST,    from    May    6,    1861,    to 

May  i,  1862. 
HENRY      EDWARD      ROEHR,      from 

April  28  to  September  17,  1862. 
BAPTIST  FIRMBACH,  from  September 

26,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 

WILLIAM    VON    DOEHN,    from    May    6 

to  November  26,  1861. 
OTTO  HOYM,  from  November  16,  1861, 

to  September  19,  1862. 
HENRY  R.  WALTER,  from  September 

26,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM    SCHEEL,    from    May    6    to 

August  6,  1861. 
ROBERT  MERKLE,  from  September  I, 

1861,  to  July  u,  1862. 
HENRY  R.  WALTER,  from  July  11  to 

September  26,   1862. 
FERDINAND    LANGE,    from    February 

24  to  June   i,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT    MERKLE,    from    May    6    to 
September  i,  1861. 


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THEODORE  BAUMBACH,  from  Au- 
gust 2,  1861,  to  July  u,  1862. 

ALBERT  RITZ,  from  July  11,  1862,  to 
February  24,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 

Captains: 
HENRY  STUMPF,  from  May  6,  1861,  to 

July  n,   1862. 
WILLIAM  HAFFNER,  from  July  10,  1862, 

to  June   I,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ADOLF  WILSON,  from  May  6  to  August 

14,  1861. 
GEORGE  KOENIG,  from  July  21,  1861,  to 

April  21,  1862. 
FRANZ    MUENICH,    from    April    21    to 

July  ii,   1862. 
CHARLES  WORREL,  from  October  9  to 

November  29,   1862. 
MORITZ    STERNBERG,    from   September 

26,  1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  KOENIG,  from  May  6  to  July 
21,  1861. 

CHARLES  LORCH,  from  July  21  to  Sep- 
tember 18,  1861. 

ALBERT  WEBER,  from  August  6  to 
October  16,  1861. 

GEORGE    MUENCH,    from    October    16, 

1861,  to  July  11,  1862. 

PAUL   GMEHLIN,   from   ,   to    Sep- 
tember 17,  1862. 
FRANZ    SCHMIDT,    from    September    17, 

1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 

Captains: 
ENGLEBERT  SCHNEPF,  from  May  3  to 

May   18,   1861. 
JOSEPH  HOEFFLING,  from  May  6,  1861, 

to  June  i,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  HAFFNER,  from  May  6,  1861, 

to  July  10,  1862. 
LOUIS  ROTH,  from  July  16  to  Septembei 

19,  1862. 


PAUL  GMEHLIN,  from  September  17, 
1862,  to  June  i,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
LOUIS  KROECK,  from  May  6  to  October 

5,  1861. 
LOUIS  ROTH,  from  October  5,   1861,  to 

July  16,  1862. 
MORITZ  STERNBERG,  from  July   10  to 

September  26,  1862. 
GEORGE  STRIPPEL,  from  September  17, 

1862,  to  February  24,  1863. 
ROBERT   RIEGER,   from  February  24  to 

June    i,    1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

HOEFFLING,  JOSEPH,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

OTTO,   HENRY,   as    Second   Lieutenant. 

STRIPPEL,  BAPTISTE,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

BAUMBACH,  THEODORE,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  Mlay  6,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  I,  May  20,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  Au- 
gust 2,  1861 ;  discharged,  July  n,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  August 
27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  2,  1861, 
vice  R.  Merkle,  promoted. 

BECKER,  ADOLPH,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  July  6,  1861;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  I,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
subsequent  service  in  46th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Captain,  August  2,  1861,  with 
rank  from  July  6,  1861,  vice  William 
Schoen,  resigned. 

BENNECKE,  HERMANN,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  6,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  July  16,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Captain,  August  27,  1861,  with  rank 


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from  July  16,   1861,  vice  Charles  Semp- 
sey,  resigned. 

BERNET,  ERNST  OTTO,  age  33  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  E,  May  6,  1861;  resigned, 
July  10,  1862;  commissioned  Captain,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

BEUTLER,  RUDOLPH,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  3,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  August  14, 
186 1 ;  resigned,  July  10,  1862 ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original ; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  29,  1861,  with 
rank  from  August  14,  1861,  vice  Adolf 
Wilson,  resigned. 

BLEIDORN,  CHARLES,  age  25  years ;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  May  6,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  July  10,  1862;  re- 
signed, December  26,  1862 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  3,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  10,  1862,  vice  Louis  Roth, 
promoted. 

BRACKLIN,  ANTHONY,  age  41  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  May  6,  1861 ;  resigned, 
August  2,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  45th 
Infantry;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

COUTURIER,  CHARLES,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  6,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  July  17,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
Company  C,  May  I,  1862;  resigned,  July 
10,  1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  August  2,  1861, 
with  rank  from  July  17,  1861,  vice  William 
Knecht,  resigned;  Captain,  May  17,  1862, 
with  rank  from  April  28,  1862,  vice  L. 
Meyer,  promoted. 

DINGELSTEDT,  JULIUS,  age  37  years; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  June  8,  1861 ;  dis- 
missed, October  4,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  July 


4,  1861,  with  rank  from  June  8,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

DRACKERT,  PHILIP,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  6,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, July  25,  1861;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

EIMBIGLER,  JOHN  W.,  age  51  years ;  en- 
rolled June  5,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  June  8,  1861 ;  resigned,  Sep- 
tember 21,  1861 ;  not  commissioned. 
FIRMBACH,  BAPTIST,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, July  I,  1861;  Sergeant,  July  n, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  September  26,  1862;  wounded 
and  captured  in  action,  May  4,  1863,  at 
Salem  Heights,  Va. ;  paroled,  May  23, 
1863,  at  City  Point,  Va. ;  mustered  out, 
June  I,  1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, November  10,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  26,  1862,  vice  Sternberg, 
promoted. 

FRICK,  ADOLPH,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, no  date ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  June  II,  1862;  killed  in  action, 
September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  October 
3,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  10,  1862,  vice 
H.  R.  Walter,  promoted. 
FRITZ,  GUSTAV,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
May  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  July 
I,  1861;  captured  in  action,  May  4,  1863, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  paroled,  no  date ; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  June  i,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Chap- 
lain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  June  8, 
1861,  original. 

GMEHLIN,  PAUL,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Musician, 
Company  F,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Fife- 
Major,  May  18,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  Novem- 
ber 16,  1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  I, 
no  date;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  September  17,  1862;  mustered 


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out  with  company,  June  I,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, January  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 16,  1861,  vice  G.  Lorenz,  pro- 
moted; First  Lieutenant,  November  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  17,  1862, 
vice  G.  Lorenz,  killed  in  action. 
GRAY,  JOHN  FR.  SCHILLER,  age  22 
years ;  enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  G,  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  September  6, 
1862;  as  Captain,  Company  A,  December 

5,  1862;   resigned,  May   13,   1863,  and  ap- 
pointed   Captain  and   Assistant   Adjutant- 
General,  U.    S.   Volunteers;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  28,   1862,  with 
rank  from  August  26,  1862,  vice  Theodore 
Baumbach,    resigned;    Captain,    December 
24,    1862,    with    rank    from    December    5, 

1862,  vice  F.  N.  Weber,  resigned. 
GREINER,   CHARLES,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  A,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant,    September    20,    1861 ;    First    Ser- 
geant,  no    date;    mustered    in   as    Second 
Lieutenant,   September   17,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  May  4,  1863,  at  Fredericksburg, 
Va. ;    mustered    out   with    company,    June 
I,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,     November     7,     1862, 
with  rank  from  September  17,  1862,  vice 
A.  Frick,  killed  in  action. 

HAFFNER,  WILLIAM,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Williamsburg  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  6,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  Company  I,  July  10,  1862; 
wounded  and  captured  in  action,  May  4, 

1863,  at    Salem    Heights,    Va. ;    paroled, 
May  25,   1863,  at   City   Point,  Va. ;   mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  I,  1863,  at 
New  York  city;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 

6,  1861,  original ;  Captain,  October  5, 1862, 
with  rank  from  July  10,  1862,  vice  Charles 
Couturier,  resigned. 

HAUSER,  JULIUS,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
May  18,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  June 
I,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
I,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
June  i,  1861,  original. 

HEILAND,  CHARLES,  age  33  years;  en- 


rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, June  I,  1861 ;  dismissed,  October  4, 
1862;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  June  i,  1861, 
original. 

HINCKEL,  GEORGE,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  July  10,  1862 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  December  9,  1862 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  i,  1863,  at 
New  York  city ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  3,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  10,  1862,  vice  Henry  Stroh, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  February  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  October  4,  1862, 
vice  N.  Schoenberger,  promoted. 

HOCHLEITNER,  CHARLES,  age  50 
years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  months;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  Company  C,  May  6,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, July  6,  1861 ;  subsequent  service 
in  45th  Infantry ;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original. 

HOEFFLING,  JOSEPH,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  May  6,  1861 ;  captured  in 
action,  May  4,  1863,  at  Fredericksburg, 
Va. ;  paroled,  May  15,  1863,  at  City  Point, 
Va. ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June  i, 
1863,  at  New  York  city;  see  l6th  Cavalry; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  3,  1861,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  original;  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  6,  1861,  original. 

HOTTENROTH,  ALBAN,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  May  6,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  Novem- 
ber 4,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  July  6, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  C,  Septem- 
ber 18,  1862;  to  Company  A,  November 
29,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  May  4,  1863, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 26,  1861,  with  rank  from  November 
3,  1861,  vice  Lorch,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  3,  1862,  with  rank  from 


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July    n,    1862,    vice    Franz    Muenich,    re- 
signed. 

HOYM,  OTTO,  age  38  years;  enrolled  May 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  May  6,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
Company  H,  November  16,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  June  30,  1862,  near  White  Oak 
Swamp,  Va.,  and  captured  with  aban- 
doned hospital  at  Savage  Station,  Va. ; 
paroled,  July  17,  1862,  at  Haxall's  Land- 
ing, Va. ;  discharged  for  disability,  Sep- 
tember 19,  1862;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 

3,  1861,     original;     Captain,    January    10, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  16,  1861, 
vice  W.  Von  Doehn,  promoted  to  U.   S. 
Volunteers. 

KANNENGIESSER,  JOSEPH,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  August  13,  1862,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  A,  August  14, 
1862 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
February  24,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  I,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve  three 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  15th  Artillery,  August  I,  1863; 
promoted  Corporal,  no  date;  transferred 
to  Company  I,  February  18,  1864;  pro- 
moted Sergeant  and  First  Sergeant,  no 
dates;  discharged,  September  i,  1864; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  October  9, 
1862,  vice  F.  Lange,  promoted. 

KLOEBER,  HEINRICH,  age  28  years ;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  'in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  6,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  July  10,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  origi- 
nal; Captain,  October  3,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  10,  1862,  vice  E.  O.  Bernet, 
resigned. 

KLUCKHUHN,  HENRY  RUDOLPH,  age 
28  years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  May  18, 
1861 ;  as  Captain,  Company  B,  November 

4,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
i,  1863,  at  New  York  city ;  commissioned 
First    Lieutenant    and    Adjutant,    July    4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  16,  1861,  origi- 


nal; Captain,  December  26,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  3,  1861,  vice  Wil- 
liam Syring,  resigned. 

KNECHT,  WILLIAM,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  6,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, July  17,  1861;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

KOENIG,  GEORGE,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  6,  1861  ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  July  21,  1861 ;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  B,  April  21,  1862; 
discharged,  July  10,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  2,  1861,  with  rank  from 
July  21,  1861,  vice  Drackert,  resigned. 

KROECK,  LOUIS,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  Williamsburgh  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant Company  K,  May  6,  1861 ;  resigned, 
October  5,  1861 ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

LANG,  WILLIAM,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany B,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
July  i,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  July  10, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  24,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  December  26, 
1862,  vice  C.  Bleidorn,  resigned. 

LANGE,  FERDINAND,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal 
Company  D,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, July  ii,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  B,  July  11, 
1862 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
February  24,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  I,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  October 
3,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  n,  1862,  vice 
A.  Hottenroth,  promoted;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
October  9,  1862,  vice  C.  Lohman,  died,  of 
wounds  received  in  action. 


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LETZEISER,  FRITZ,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  6,  1861 ;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  August  6, 
1861;  as  Captain,  Company  D,  August 
3,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
i,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  original ;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  6,  1861,  vice  Scheel,  resigned; 
Captain,  October  14,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  2,  1862,  vice  H.  C.  Wenzlawsky, 
resigned. 

LOHMAN,  CHRISTIAN,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany K,  May  6,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  May  8,  1862;  pro- 
moted First  Lieutenant,  no  date ;  wounded 
in  action,  September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam, 
Md. ;  died,  of  his  wounds,  October  9,  1862, 
at  Carver  Hospital,  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
not  commissioned,  Second  Lieutenant; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  18, 
1862,  vice  C.  Voelker,  died,  of  wounds 
received  in  action. 

LORCH,  CHARLES,  age  25  years ;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Quarter- 
master-Sergeant, May  18,  1861 ;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  July 
21,  1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  B,  Sep- 
tember 18,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  November  4, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
I,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  2,  1861,  with 
rank  from  July  21,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  December  26, 
1861,  with  rank  from  November  3,  1861, 
vice  H.  R.  Kluckhuhn,  promoted. 

LORENZ,  GUSTAV  ADOLPH,  age  28 
years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  6, 
1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  November  16, 
1861 ;  killed  in  action,  September  17,  1862, 
at  Antietam,  Md. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 


January  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 16,  1861,  vice  Otto  Hoym,  promoted. 

MECKEL,  WILLIAM,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, July  n,  1861 ;  returned  to  ranks, 
February  i,  1862;  promoted  Corporal,  Au- 
gust 17,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  24,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  i,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
December  5,  1862,  vice  J.  F.  S.  Gray, 
promoted. 

MERKLE,  ROBERT,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  6, 
1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  September  I, 
1861;  as  Captain,  Company  C,  July  n, 
1862;  wounded  in  action,  September  17, 
1862,  at  Antietam,  Md.;  died,  of  hjs 
wounds,  September  26,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  August  27,  1861,  with 
rank  from  August  2,  1861,  original; 
Captain,  October  3,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  n,  1862,  vice  H.  Stumpf,  re- 
signed. 

MEYER,  LORENZ,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  A,  May  6,  1861;  as 
Major,  April  28,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  June  i,  1863,  at  New 
York  city ;  see  i6th  Cavalry ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  original;  Major,  May 
17,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  28,  1862, 
vice  E.  Schnepf,  promoted. 

MUENCH,  GEORGE,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Quarter- 
master, May  18,  1861;  resigned,  June 
8,  1861;  enrolled  and  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  July 
17,  1861;  transferred  to  Company  I, 
October  16,  1861 ;  resigned,  July  n, 
1862;  not  commissioned  Quartermaster; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 2,  1861,  with  rank  from  July  17, 
1861,  vice  Couturier,  promoted. 


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MUENICH,  FRANZ,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  6, 
1861;  transferred  to  Company  I,  April 
21,  1862;  resigned,  July  n,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 

1861,  with    rank    from    May    3,     1861, 
original. 

OLIVER,  ALFRED  SALES,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years,  and  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  November  28,  1862; 
resigned  February  9,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  November 
28,  1862,  with  rank  from  November  27, 

1862,  vice  C.  Heiland,  dismissed. 
OTTO,  HENRY,  age  28  years;   enrolled 

May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  H,  May  6,  1861;  captured  in 
action,  June  29,  1862,  at  Chickahominy, 
Va.;  paroled,  August  5,  1862,  at  Aiken's 
Landing,  Va.;  deserted,  March  29,  1863, 
while  on  furlough  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  4,  1862,  vice  George 
Hinckel,  promoted. 

OTTO,  JOSEPH,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  May  6,  1861;  died,  of 
disease,  June  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

PABST,  JACOB,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  6,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May 
I,  1862;  killed  in  action,  September  17, 
1862,  at  Antietam,  Md. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  May  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  April  28,  1862,  vice  C.  Couturier, 
promoted. 

RIEGER,  ROBERT,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  K,  May  6,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  October  8,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  24,  1863;  mustered  out  with 


company,  June  i,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
December  26,  1862,  vice  A.  Ritz,  pro- 
moted. 

RITZ,  ALBERT,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
January  i,  1862,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  E,  February  24,  1862; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
July  II,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  February  24,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  I,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  October  3,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  n,  1862,  vice  George 
Muench,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant, 
February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 26,  1862,  vice  H.  Stroh,  re- 
signed. 

ROEHR,  HENRY  EDWARD,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Brook- 
lyn to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  I,  May  6, 
1861;  wounded  in  action,  December 
22,  1861,  at  New  Market  Bridge,  Va.; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  April  28,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  September  17,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  i,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  17,  1862,  with 
rank  from  April  28,  1862,  vice  J.  Pabst, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  November 
7,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  17, 
1862,  vice  J.  Pabst,  killed  in  action. 

ROSENCRANTZ,  FREDERICK,  age  37 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  October 
21,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  B, 
October  31,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  I,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  subsequent  service  in  U.  S.  Vol- 
unteers; see  iiSth  and  i37th  Infantry; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 14,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  Louis  Roth,  died,  of  wounds  re- 
ceived in  action. 

ROTH,  LOUIS,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  May  6,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  5,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  July  16,  1862;  wounded  in 


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action,  September  17,  1862,  at  Antie- 
tam,  Md.;  died,  of  his  wounds,  Sep- 
tember 19,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  29,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  14,  1861,  vice  Rudolph 
Beutler,  promoted1;  First  Lieutenant, 
October  3,  1862,  with  rank  from  July 
10,  1862,  vice  Rudolph  Beutler,  resigned. 

SCHEEL,  WILLIAM,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  6,  1861; 
discharged,  August  6,  1861;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

SCHMIDT,  FRANZ,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Brooklyn  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  May  6,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  April  28,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 17,  1862;  wounded  in  action, 
May  4,  1863,  at  Salem  Heights,  Va.; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  I, 
1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  17,  1862, 
vice  P.  Gmehlin,  promoted. 

SCHNEPF,  ENGELBERT,  age  41 
years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Wil- 
liamsburgh,  as  Captain,  Company  K,  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Major, 
May  18,  1861;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
April  28,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, June  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
see  i6th  Cavalry;  not  commissioned 
Captain;  commissioned  Major,  June  20, 

1861,  with    rank    from    May    16,    1861, 
original;    Lieutenant-Colonel,    May    17, 

1862,  with    rank    from    April    28,    1862, 
vice   F.  Weiss,  promoted. 

SCHOEN,  WILLIAM,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  G,  May  6,  1861;  re- 
signed, July  6,  1861;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

SCHOENBERGER,  NAPOLEON,  age 
24  years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company 
H,  May  6,  1861;  acting  Quartermaster, 
from  May  15,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  August 


3,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant  and  Quar- 
termaster, October  4,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  i,  1863,  at 
New  York  city;  see  i6th  Cavalry;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  October  14, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  2,  1862, 
vice  Letzeiser,  promoted;  Quarter- 
master, February  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  October  4,  1862,  vice  J.  Dingel- 
stedt,  dismissed. 

SEMSEY,  CHARLES,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  F,  May  6,  1861;  re- 
signed, July  6,  1861;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  45th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

STEINERT,  GEORGE,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
August  18,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  June  i,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  subsequent  service  in  I5ist  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, August  18,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  9,  1862,  original. 

STERNBERG,  MORITZ,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  A,  May  6, 
1861;  promoted  Quartermaster-Ser- 
geant, September  20,  1861;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K, 
July  10,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  September  26,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  i,  i863v 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  October  3,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  10,  1862,  vice  C.  Voel- 
ker,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 26,  1862,  vice  H.  R.  Walter, 
promoted. 

STOECKEL,  HERMAN,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  6,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  July  6,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  September  19,  1862; 
captured  in  action,  May  4,  1863,  at  Chan- 
cellorsville,  Va. ;  paroled,  May  22,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  i,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 


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May  3,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
August  26,  1861,  with  rank  from  July  6, 
1861,  vice  Bennecke,  promoted;  Captain, 
November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 19,  1862,  vice  Otto  Hoym,  dis- 
charged. 

STRIPPEL,  BAPTISTE,  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  Sep- 
tember 26,  1862,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
vice  M.  Sternberg,  promoted. 

STRIPPEL,  GEORGE,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  May  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, August  n,  1861;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  Septem- 
ber 17,  1862;  transferred  to  Company  E, 
February  24,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  i,  1863,  at  New  York  city; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 17,  1862,  vice  H.  E.  Roehr,  promoted. 

STROH,  HENRY,  age  36  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  Syracuse  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany G,  May  6,  1861;  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  October  5,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  July  10, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  E,  Novem- 
ber 29,  1862;  resigned,  December  26,  1862; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Janu- 
ary 10,  1862,  with  rank  from  October  5, 
1861,  vice  Louis  Kroeck,  resigned;  First 
Lieutenant,  October  3,  1862,  with  rank 
from  July  10,  1862,  vice  George  Koenig, 
resigned. 

STUMPF,  HENRY,  age  36  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  May  6,  1861;  resigned,  July  n, 
1862;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

SYRING,  WILLIAM,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  6,  1861;  as 
Captain,  Company  B,  August  2,  1861 ; 
resigned,  November  3,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  45th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Au- 
gust 27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  2, 
1861,  vice  A.  Bracklin,  resigned. 

VOELKER,  CHARLES,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
124 


to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  6.  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  July  10,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862,  at 
Antietam,  Md.;  died,  of  his  wounds,  Sep- 
tember 18,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
October  3,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  10, 
1862,  vice  H.  Kloeber,  promoted. 

VON  DOEHN,  WILLIAM,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  May  6,  1861;  dis- 
charged, November  26,  1861,  for  promo- 
tion to  Captain  and  Assistant  Adjutant- 
General,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

VON  VEGESACK,  ERNEST,  age  41 
years;  Major  and  Aide-de-Camp,  U.  S. 
Volunteers;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  this 
regiment,  July  19,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  June  I,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  medal  of  honor;  Brigadier-General, 
U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March 
13,  1865;  commissioned  Colonel,  July  19, 
1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  F. 
Weiss,  resigned. 

WALTER,  HENRY  R.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant- 
Major,  May  19,  1861;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  July  6,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  July  n,  1862; 
as  Captain,  September  26,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  I,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
July  6,  1861,  vice  Stoeckel,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  October  3,  1862,  with 
rank  from  July  10,  1862,  vice  W.  Haff- 
ner,  promoted;  Captain,  November  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  26,  1862, 
vice  R.  Merkle,  died,  of  wounds  received 
in  action. 

WEBER,  ALBERT,  age  —  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  August  6,  1861;  transferred 
to  Company  D,  October  16,  1861;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  i,  1863,  at 
New  York  city;  subsequent  service  in 
Veteran  Reserve  Corps;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  27,  1861,  with 


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rank  from  August  6,  1861,  vice  Letzeiser, 
promoted. 

WEBER,  FRANCIS  N.,  age  48  years;  en- 
rolled July  6,  1861,  at  Camp  Hamilton, 
Va.,  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  C,  August  13,  1861; 
transferred  to  Company  A,  May  22,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862, 
at  Antietam,  Md.;  resigned,  December  5, 
1862;  commissioned  Captain,  August  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  July  6,  1861,  vice  C. 
Hochleitner,  resigned. 

WEBER,  MAX,  age  41  years;  enrolled 
May  6,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  May 
9,  1861;  discharged,  May  15,  1862,  for 
promotion  to  Brigadier-General,  U.  S. 
Volunteers;  commissioned  Colonel,  June 
20,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  16,  1861, 
original. 

WEISS,  CONRAD,  age  24  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany K,  May  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
July  n,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  September  19,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  I,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  19,  1862,  vice  H.  Stoeckel, 
promoted. 

WEISS,  FRANCIS,  age  39  years;  enrolled 
May  6,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  May  16,  1861;  as  Colonel,  May 


i,  1862;  resigned,  July  4,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  20,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  16,  1861,  original; 
Colonel,  May  17,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  28,  1862,  vice  Max  Weber,  ap- 
pointed Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers. 

WENZLAWSKY,  HENRY  C.,  age  37 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  September  21,  1861;  re- 
signed, August  2,  1862;  commissioned 
Captain,  November  n,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  21,  1861,  vice  Eimbigler, 
resigned. 

WILSON,  ADOLF,  age  42  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  May  6,  1861 ;  resigned, 
August  14,  1861 ;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  3,  1861,  original. 

WORREL,  CHARLES,  age  42  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany G,  May  7,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
same  date;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  October  9,  1862;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  C,  November  29, 
1862 ;  to  Company  F,  February  24,  1863 ; 
mustered  out,  July  9,  1863,  at  Fort  Mon- 
roe, Va. ;  subsequent  service  in  3d  In- 
fantry; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
October  4,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 30,  1862,  vice  R.  Merkle,  promoted. 


TWENTY-FIRST  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

First  Buffalo  Regiment. 

This  regiment,  Col.  W.  F.  Rogers,  was  accepted  by  the  State  for  a  service  of  two 
years,  and  numerically  designated  May  13,  1861 ;  organized  at  Elmira,  and  there  mustered 
in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  three  months,  May  20,  1861.  Members  of  the  65th 
and  74th  Militia,  four  companies  of  the  latter,  formed  the  nucleus  of  the  regiment.  At 
the  request  of  the  general  government,  the  Governor  of  the  State,  August  2,  1861, 
ordered  the  regiment  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for  the  unexpired  portion  of 
its  term  of  State  service. 

The  men  were  recruited  principally  in  the  county  of  Erie;  a  few  coming  from  the 
counties  of  Allegany,  Chautauqua,  Niagara,  Orleans,  Oswego  and  Wyoming. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  June  18,  1861 ;  served  at  Fort  Kalorama,  D.  C.,  from 
June  19,  1861 ;  at  Fort  Runyon,  D.  C,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Wadsworth's  Brigade, 
McDowell's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  Patrick's  Brigade, 
King's  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March  13,  1862;  in  2d  Brigade, 
King's  Division,  Department  of  Rappahannock,  from  May,  1862;  in  3d  Brigade,  ist  Divi- 
sion, 3d  Corps,  Army  of  Virginia,  from  June  26,  1862;  in  same  brigade  and  division,  ist 


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Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  September  12,  1862;  in  Patrick's  Provost  Guard 
Brigade,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  January,  1863;  at  Aquia  Creek,  Va.,  from  April, 
1863;  and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out  under  Colonel  Rogers,  May  18, 
1863,  at  Buffalo. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  2  officers,  50  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  23  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes,  2  officers, 
40  enlisted  men;  total,  4  officers,  113  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  117;  and  it,  or  portions 
of  it,  took  part  in  the  following  engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

1862. 
Aug.           6 
Aug.   1  6- 
Sept.  2 
Aug.         2  1 

18 

i 
161 

S 

85 

26 
28 

29 
30 
31 

Sept.           8 
14 
i? 
Oct.          27 

Bull  Run             

2 

35 

16 

Table  Church    Md                               

4 
7i 
3 
7 

i 
a 

12 

6 

2 

49 

2 

3 
3 

i 
i 

1863. 
Feb.          25 

On  detached  service  (gunboat  service),  and  minor 

Total  loss  

2 

5° 

23 

7 

140 

28 

250 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonel. 

WILLIAM  FINDLAY  ROGERS,  from 
May  20,  1861,  to  May  18,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 

ADRIAN  R.  ROOT,  from  May  15,  1861,  to 
May  2,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  DREW,  from  May  20  to 
September  24,  1862. 

HORACE  G.  THOMAS,  from  September 
24  to  December  8,  1862. 

CHESTER  W.  STERNBERG,  from  De- 
cember 8,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

Majors. 

WILLIAM  H.  DREW,  from  May  20,  1861, 
to  May  20,  1862. 

HORACE  G.  THOMAS,  from  May  20  to 
September  24,  1862. 

CHESTER  W.  STERNBERG,  from  Sep- 
tember 24  to  December  8,  1862. 

EDWARD  L.  LEE,  from  December  8, 
1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 


Adjutants. 

CHESTER  W.  STERNBERG,  from  May 
20,  1861,  to  September  24,  1862. 

SAMUEL  P.  GAIL,  from  October  i,  1862, 
to  May  18,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 
HENRY  P.  CLINTON,  from  May  20,  1861, 

to  November  i,  1862. 
ALBERT  F.  RANSOM,  from  November  I, 

1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

Surgeons. 
CHARLES    H.    WILCOX,    from    May    20, 

1861,  to  November  6,  1862. 
ORESTES  C.   GIBBS,  from  November  13, 

1862,  to  January  28,  1863. 

SETH  FRENCH,  from  February  6  to  May 
18,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 

JOSEPH  A.  PETERS,  from  May  20,  1861, 
to  October  i,  1862. 


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CHARLES  B.  FRY,  from  August  23,  1862, 

to  May  18,  1863. 
ORESTES   C.   GIBBS,  from   September  26 

to  November  13,  1862. 
THOMAS  M.  JOHNSON,  from  December 

26,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

Chaplain. 

JOHN  E.  ROBIE,  from  June  I,  1861,  to 
May  18,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
ROBERT   P.    GARDNER,    from  May  20, 

1861,  to  December  15,  1862. 

LEVI  VALUER,  from  December  15,  1862, 
to  May  1 8,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

LEVI   VALLIER,   from   May  20,   1861,  to 

December  15,  1862. 
JOHN    E.    RANSOM,   from   December    15, 

1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  P.  GARDNER,  from  May  I  to 
May  20,  1861. 

CHARLES  McBEAN,  from  May  20  to  Au- 
gust i,  1861. 

FREDERICK  A.  MITCHELL,  from  Au- 
gust 27,  1861,  to  September  24,  1862. 

JOHN  E.  RANSOM,  from  September  25 
to  December  15,  1862. 

FRANCIS  MYERS,  from  March  6  to  May 
18,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
HENRY    M.    GAYLORD,    from    May    20, 

1861,  to  August  9,  1862. 

ALGAR   M.    WHEELER,   from   August  9, 

1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
ALGAR    M.    WHEELER,    from    May    10, 

1861,  to  August  9,  1862. 
JAMES  J.  McLEISH,  from  August  9,  1862, 

to  May  18,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES  J.  McLEISH,  from  May  20,  1861, 

to  August  9,  1862. 
JOHN  W.  DAVOCK,  from  August  9,  1862, 

to  May  18,  1863. 


OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

JEREMIAH    P.   WASHBURN,   from   May 

20,  1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 
GEORGE  L.   REMINGTON,   from  August 

31,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ALLEN  M.  ADAMS,  from  May  20  to  De- 
cember 28,  1861. 

GEORGE  L.  REMINGTON,  from  Decem- 
ber 28,  1861,  to  August  31,  1862. 

GEORGE  HURST,  from  November  i,  1862, 
to  May  18,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  H.  CANFIELD,  from  May  20  to 
December  17,  1861. 

GEORGE  L.  REMINGTON,  from  August 
9  to  December  28,  1861. 

MORRIS  H.  ALBERGER,  from  December 
17,  1861,  to  May  19,  1862. 

GEORGE  HURST,  from  May  19  to  No- 
vember i,  1862. 

GEORGE  T.  COOK,  from  August  30, 
1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 

Captains: 

WILLIAM  C.   ALBERGER,  from  May  20 

to  October  20,  1861. 
GEORGE    M.    BAKER,    from    October   20, 

1861,  to  September  i,  1862. 

BYRON  D.  SCHERMERHORN,  from 
September  I,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  M.  BAKER,  from  May  20  to 
October  20,  1861. 

BYRON  D.  SCHERMERHORN,  from  No- 
vember i,  1861,  to  September  i,  1862. 

HENRY    C.    BEEBE,    from    September    i, 

1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM   F.   WHEELER,   from   May  20 

to  September  30,  1861. 
HENRY    C.    BEEBE,    from    November    I, 

1861,  to  September  i,  1862. 

JAMES    S.    GOWAN,    from    November    I, 

1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 


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OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 

JAMES  C.   STRONG,  from  May  20,  1861, 

to  January  17,  1862. 
ALLEN   M.   ADAMS,   from   December  28, 

1861,  to  May  18,  1863. 

First  Lieutenant: 

CHARLES  E.  EFNER,  from  May  20, 
1861,  to  May  18,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS  SLOAN,  from  May  20,  1861,  to 
October  25,  1861. 

WILLIAM  L.  WHITNEY,  from  November 
i,  1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 

HARMANUS  H.  BRIDGES,  from  Novem- 
ber I,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 

Captain: 

GEORGE  DEWITT  CLINTON,  from 
May  20,  1861,  to  May  18,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS    B.    WRIGHT,    from    May    20, 

1861,  to  June  16,  1862. 

JOHN  A.  BARNEY,  from  June  16  to  De- 
cember 15,  1862. 

SAMUEL  McMURRAY,  from  April  2  to 
May  18,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

CHARLES  B.  DARROW,  from  May  7  to 

May  2Oj  1861. 
SAMUEL  P.  GAIL,  from  May  20,  1861,  to 

May  I,  1862. 
JOHN  A.  BARNEY,  from  April  29  to  June 

16,  1862. 
SAMUEL    McMURRAY,     from    July    28, 

1862,  to  April  2,  1863. 

WILLIAM  B.  JEWETT,  from  February  20 
to  May  18,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 

Captains: 

EDWARD  L.  LEE,  from  May  20,  1861,  to 

December  8,  1862. 
DANIEL  MYERS,  JR.,   from  December  8, 

1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

DANIEL  MYERS,  JR.,  from  May  20,  1861, 
to  December  8,  1862. 


JACOB  E.  BERGTOLD,  from  February  22 
to  May  18,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JACOB    E.    BERGTOLD,    from    May    20, 

1861,  to  February  22,  1863. 
MARTIN  R.  CLARK,  from  February  17  to 

March  2,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 

ELISHA  L.  HAYWARD,  from  May  20, 
1861,  to  September  9,  1862. 

PETER  COZZENS  DOYLE,  from  Septem- 
ber 9,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

SAMUEL  H.  WILKESON,   from  May  20, 

1861,  to  January  2,  1862. 
HUGH  JOHNSON,  from  October  i,  1861, 

to  May  6,  1862. 
PETER  COZZENS  DOYLE,   from  May  6 

to  September  9,  1862. 
FREDERICK    MINENY,    from    September 

9,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HUGH  JOHNSON,  from  May  20  to  Octo- 
ber i,  1861. 

PETER  COZZENS  DOYLE,  from  Septem- 
tember  i,  1861,  to  May  6,  1862. 

FREDERICK  MINENY,  from  May  6  to 
September  9,  1862. 

JOHN  McCABE,  from  September  9,  1862, 
to  May  18,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 

Captains: 

HORACE  G.  THOMAS,  from  May  20, 
1861,  to  May  20,  1862. 

JOHN  H.  CANFIELD,  from  May  5  to  De- 
cember 15,  1862. 

ROBERT  P.  GARDNER,  from  December 
31,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ABBOTT   C.  CALKINS,   from  May  20  to 

December  13,  1861. 
JOHN  H.  CANFIELD,  from  December  17, 

1861,  to  May  5,  1862. 
JAMES  S.  MULLIGAN,  from  May  5,  1862, 

to  May  1 8,   1863. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  O.  BROWN,  JR.,  from  May  20 

to  August  8,  1861. 
JAMES   S.   MULLIGAN,   from  January   i 

to  May  5,  1862. 
PATRICK  HICKEY,  from  May  5,  1862,  to 

February  8,  1863. 
GAYER   GARDNER,  from  February  8  to 

May  18,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captain: 

JOHN  M.  LAYTON,  from  May  20,  1861, 
to  May  18,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

AUGUSTUS  N.  GILLETT,  from  May  20 
to  August  2,  1861. 

HENRY  G.  LANSING,  from  September  i 
to  December  14,  1861. 

ABBOTT  C.  CALKINS,  from  December 
13,  1861,  to  April  29,  1862. 

SAMUEL  P.  GAIL,  from  May  i  to  Octo- 
ber r,  1862. 

HENRY  H.  HALSEY,  from  September  24, 
1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN    NICHOLSON,    from    May    20    to 

August  6,  1861. 
JAMES    S.   MULLIGAN,   from   August   6, 

1861,  to  January   i,   1862. 
HENRY    P.    MORSE,   from  January   i   to 

April  29,  1862. 
HENRY    H.    HALSEY,    from    May    i    to 

September  24,   1862. 
DANIEL   BLACHFORD,    from   September 

24,  1862,  to  May  18,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR 
APPOINTED  BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE 
GRADES  NAMED. 

DREW,  WILLIAM  H.,  as  Captain. 

CLINTON,  HENRY  P.,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

CLARK,  MARTIN  R,,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant (2d). 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ADAMS,  ALLEN  M.,  age  28  years;  ap- 
pointed Paymaster;  then  enrolled  May 
17,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany C,  May  20,  1861;  as  Captain, 


Company  E,  December  28,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  December  15,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y.;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  17,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Feb- 
ruary 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Decem- 
ber 17,  1861,  vice  James  C.  Strong, 
promoted  Lieutenant-Colonel,  38th  In- 
fantry. 

ALBERGER,  MORRIS  H.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  9,1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  May  20,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant-Major,  September  I,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  C,  December  17,  1861;  re- 
signed, May  19,  1862;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  24th  Cavalry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  17,  1861, 
vice  G.  L.  Remington,  promoted. 

ALBERGER,  WILLIAM  CLENDEN- 
NING,  age  23  years;  enrolled  May  9, 
1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  D, 
May  20,  1861;  discharged,  October  20, 
1861,  for  promotion  to  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, 49th  Infantry;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
9,  1861,  original. 

BAKER,  GEORGE  M.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  20,  1861;  as 
Captain,  October  20,  1861;  resigned, 
September  i,  1862;  subsequent  service 
in  74th  Militia;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  9,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Sep- 
tember 25,  1861,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 20,  1861,  vice  W.  C.  Alberger, 
promoted. 

BARNEY,  JOHN  A.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  May  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, April  16,  1862;  First  Sergeant, 
no  date;  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
F,  April  29,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  June  16,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va.;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  December  15,  1862;  commis- 


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sioned     Second     Lieutenant,     May     19, 

1862,  with    rank    from    April    29,    1862, 
vice   S.   P.   Gail,  promoted;   First   Lieu- 
tenant,  June   30,    1862,   with   rank   from 
June  16,  1862,  vice  Thomas  B.  Wright, 
resigned. 

BEEBE,  HENRY  C,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  May  20,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  I,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  September  i,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  18,  1863, 
at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  I,  1861,  with 
rank  from  October  i,  1861,  vice  Wil- 
liam F.  Wheeler,  promoted  Captain, 
49th  Infantry;  First  Lieutenant,  Novem- 
ber 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
i,  1862,  vice  B.  D.  Schermerhorn,  pro- 
moted. 

BERGTOLD,  JACOB  E.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  20,  1861; 
discharged,  October  31,  1862;  reinstated, 
to  date  October  31,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  18, 

1863,  at   Buffalo,   N.   Y.;   commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,    July   4,    1861,    with 
rank    from    May    9,    1861,    original;    re- 
commissioned    Second    Lieutenant,    De- 
cember 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 31,   1862,  vice  himself,  resigned;  com- 
missioned   First   Lieutenant,    February    17, 
1863,   with   rank   from   December  8,   1862, 
vice  D.  Myers,  Jr.,  promoted. 

BLACHFORD,  DANIEL,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  D,  May  20, 
1861;  transferred  to  Company  K,  May 
i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, September  24,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo, 
N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  I79th  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
September  24,  1862,  vice  H.  H.  Halsey, 
promoted. 

BRIDGES,  HARMANUS  H.,  age  37 
years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Buffalo 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  May  20,  1861;  re- 


turned to  ranks,  July  13,  1861;  promoted 
Corporal,  October  25,  1861;  First  Ser- 
geant, November  i,  1861;  returned  to 
ranks,  May  12,  1862;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, September  I,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  November  i, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.;  again  en- 
rolled August  17,  1863,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  K,  I2th  Cavalry,  Septem- 
ber 10,  1863;  promoted  Corporal,  Oc- 
tober 14,  1863;  returned  to  ranks,  no 
date;  promoted  Corporal,  March  14, 
1864;  returned  to  ranks,  no  date;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  July  19,  1865, 
at  Raleigh,  N.  C.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  30,  1862,  vice  William  L. 
Whitney,  killed  in  action. 

BROWN,  JR.,  WILLIAM  O.,  age  19 
years;  enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  20, 
1861;  resigned,  August  8,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

CALKINS,  ABBOTT  C,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May  20,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  K,  December 
13,  1861;  resigned,  April  29,  1862;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

CANFIELD,  JOHN  H.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  May  20,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  Decem- 
ber 17,  1861;  as  Captain,  May  5,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  December  15,  1862;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  9,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  December  23, 
1861,  with  rank  from  December  14,  1861, 
vice  Henry  G.  Lansing,  resigned;  Cap- 
tain, May  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  May 
5,  1862,  vice  H.  G.  Thomas,  promoted. 

CLARK,  MARTIN  R.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 


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Company  G,  May  20,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863 ;  dismissed, 
March  2,  1863 ;  honorably  discharged 
under  act  of  Congress,  approved,  March 

3,  1879,  to  date  March  2,   1863;  commis- 
sioned   Second    Lieutenant,    February    17, 
1863,  with   rank   from   December  8,    1862, 
vice  J.  E.  Bergtold,  promoted;  recommis- 
sioned,  not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant, 
June   3,    1863,   with   rank    from   March   2, 
1863,  vice  himself,  dismissed. 

CLINTON,  GEORGE  DsWITT,  age  33 
years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Buffalo 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  F,  May  20,  1861 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Captain,  July 

4,  1861,   with    rank   from    May    7,    1861, 
original. 

CLINTON,  HENRY  P.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Quartermaster,  May  20,  1861 ; 
discharged,  November  I,  1862,  for  pro- 
motion to  Captain  and  Commissary  of 
Subsistence,  U.  S.  Volunteers ;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7,  1861, 
original ;  Quartermaster,  August  16,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  15,  1861,  original. 

COOK,  GEORGE  T.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  12,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany C,  May  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, August  7,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant, 
May  19,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  to  date  August  30,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862,  at 
Antietam,  Md. ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y. ; 
see  2ist  Infantry,  reorganizing;  subse- 
quent service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
30,  1862,  vice  G.  Hurst,  promoted. 

DARROW,  CHARLES  B.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Buffalo  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  to  serve 
two  years;  discharged  for  disability, 
May  20,  1861;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  7,  1861,  original. 

DAVOCK,  JOHN  W.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 


Company  B,  May  20,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  9,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  18, 
1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  8th  Cavalry;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  9,  1862,  vice  Mitchell, 
promoted. 

DOYLE,  PETER  COZZENS,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  Buffalo 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Quartermaster-Sergeant,  May  20,  1861; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  Sep- 
tember i,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
May  6,  1862;  as  Captain,  September  9, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.;  Major,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  31,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  i,  1861,  vice 
Hugh  Johnson,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, May  19,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  6,  1862,  vice  Hugh  Johnson,  re- 
signed; Captain,  November  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  9,  1862,  vice  E.  L. 
Hayward,  deceased. 

DREW,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  43  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Major,  May 
20,  1861;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  May 
20,  1862;  resigned,  September  24,  1862; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I, 
1861,  original;  Major,  June  20,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  15,  1861,  original; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  May  19,  1862,  with 
rank  from  May  5,  1862,  vice  A.  R.  Root, 
promoted. 

EFNER,  CHARLES  E.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Buffalo  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  to  serve  two  years; 
appointed  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
E,  May  15,  1861;  mustered  in  as  such, 
May  20,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  17,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

FRENCH,  SETH,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
35th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  February  6,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Surgeon,  Feb- 


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ruary  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  February 
6,  1863,  vice  O.  C.  Gibbs,  dismissed. 

FRY,  CHARLES  B.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled August  12,  1862,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  August  23,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  May  18,  1863, 
at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.;  see  I22d  Infantry; 
subsequent  service  in  1st  Engineers; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Au- 
gust 28,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
12,  1862,  original. 

GAIL,  SAMUEL  P.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  12,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  May  20,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  i, 
1862;  as  Adjutant,  October  i,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo, 
N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  i6th  Cav- 
alry; commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  20, 

1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  May  19, 

1862,  with  rank  from  April  29,  1862,  vice 
A.  C.  Calkins,  resigned;  Adjutant,  Feb- 
ruary 17,   1863,   with  rank   from   Septem- 
ber 24,  1862,  vice  Chester  W.  Sternberg, 
promoted. 

GARDNER,  GAYER,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  B,  May  20,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  October  i,  1861;  First  Ser- 
geant, August  9,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, December  13,  1862,  at  Fredericks- 
burg,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  February  8,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  18, 

1863,  at    Buffalo,   N.    Y.;    commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,    February   20,    1863, 
with    rank   from    February   8,    1863,    vice 
P.  Hickey,  resigned. 

GARDNER,  ROBERT  P.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  I,  1861  at  Buffalo  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  to  serve  two 
years;  appointed  Captain,  May  17,  1861, 
and  mustered  in  as  such,  May  20,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862,  at 
Antietam,  Md. ;  discharged,  December  15, 
1862;  enrolled  and  reappointed  Captain, 
Company  I,  and  mustered  in  December  31, 
1862 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent 


service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original; 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
17,  1861,  vice  William  H.  Drew,  promoted; 
recommissioned  Captain,  December  31, 
1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  him- 
self, resigned. 

GAYLORD,  HENRY  M.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  May  20,  1861 ;  resigned,  August 
9,  1862 ;  subsequent  service  in  i6th  Cav- 
alry; commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original. 

GIBBS,  ORESTES  C,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled at  Sharpsburg,  Md.,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, September  26,  1862 ;  as  Surgeon, 
November  13,  1862 ;  dismissed,  January 
28,  1863 ;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
September  19,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 6,  1862,  vice  J.  A.  Peters,  pro- 
moted ;  Surgeon,  November  28,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  13,  1862,  vice  C.  H. 
Wilcox,  deceased. 

GILLETT,  AUGUSTUS  N.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  K,  May  20,  1861 ;  resigned, 
August  2,  1861 ;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
i,  1861,  original. 

GO  WAN,  JAMES  S.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  May  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  I,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  18,  1863,  at 
Buffalo,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  i,  1862,  vice  H.  C.  Bebee, 
promoted. 

HALSEY,  HENRY  H.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany B,  May  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
October  I,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  I,  1862; 
First  Lieutenant,  September  24,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  18,  1863, 
at  Buffalo,  N.  Y. ;  see  2ist  Infantry,  re- 
organizing; commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  19,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  29,  1862,  vice  Henry  P.  Morse,  re- 


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signed;  First  Lieutenant,  February  17, 
1863,  with  rank  from  September  24,  1862, 
vice  Samuel  P.  Gail,  promoted. 
HAYWARD,  ELISHA  L.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany H,  May  20,  1861;  died,  of  typhoid 
fever,  September  9,  1862,  at  Washington, 
D.  C. ;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 

1861,  with     rank     from     May     I,     1861, 
original. 

HICKEY,  PATRICK,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  May  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  November  i,  1861 ;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  May  5,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  September  17,  1862, 
at  Antietam,  Md. ;  resigned,  February  8, 
1863 ;  again  enrolled  May  21,  1863,  at  Buf- 
falo to  serve  three  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  B,  i6th  Cavalry,  May 
22,  1863;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  June 
19,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with  detachment, 
August  17,  1865,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May  30, 

1862,  with   rank  from   May  5,   1862,   vice 
J.   S.  Mulligan,  promoted. 

HURST,  GEORGE,  age  21  years;  enrolled 
May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
C,  May  20,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, August  7, 1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  19,  1862 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va. ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
November  I,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  May  28, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  9,  1862,  vice 
M.  H.  Alberger,  resigned;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  30,  1862,  vice  G.  L.  Remington, 
promoted. 

JEWETT,  WILLIAM  B.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany F,  May  20,  1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant, 
August  i,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant,  July  I, 
1862 ;  wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862, 
at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  20,  1863 ;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 


December  15,  1862,  vice  S.  McMurray, 
promoted. 

JOHNSON,  HUGH,  age  19  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  May  20,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  i,  1861 ;  mustered  out, 
May  6,  1862,  for  appointment  in  5th  U.  S. 
Infantry;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  I, 
1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  October 
28,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  I,  1861, 
vice  Samuel  H.  Wilkeson,  discharged. 

JOHNSON,  THOMAS  M.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C,  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  December  26,  1862 ;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y. ;  see  2ist  Infantry,  reorganiz- 
ing; commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
December  18,  1862,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 29,  1862,  vice  O.  C.  Gibbs,  pro- 
moted. 

LANSING,  HENRY  G.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
D,  May  20,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  September  i,  1861 ;  resigned, 
December  14,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in 
I2th  Cavalry;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  3,  1861,  vice  Gillett,  resigned. 

LAYTON,  JOHN  M.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  May  20,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y. ; 
see  24th  Cavalry;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861, 
original. 

LEE,  EDWARD  L.,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  G, 
May  20,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  August 
30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  mustered  in 
as  Major,  December  8,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buf- 
falo, N.  Y. ;  see  2ist  Infantry,  reorganiz- 
ing; commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  9,  1861,  original; 
Major,  January  12,  1863,  with  rank  from 
December  8,  1862,  vice  C.  W.  Sternberg, 
promoted. 

McBEAN,  CHARLES,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  as  First 


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Sergeant,  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
May  20,  1861;  resigned,  August  i,  1861; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

McCABE,  JOHN,  age  18  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
H,  May  20,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
September  9,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 9,  1862,  vice  F.  Mineny,  promoted. 

McLEISH,  JAMES  J.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  May  20,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  9,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  18,  1863, 
at  Buffalo,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  10,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
October  9,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
9,  1862,  vice  Algar  M.  Wheeler,  pro- 
moted. 

McMURRAY,  SAMUEL,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  F,  May  20,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  28,  1862;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam, 
Md.;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
April  2,  1863;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  June 
30,  1862,  with  rank  from  June  16,  1862, 
vice  John  A.  Barney,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863,  with  rank 
from  December  15,  1862,  vice  John  A. 
Barney,  discharged. 

MINENY,  FREDERICK,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  May  I,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  H,  May  20,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  6,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, September  9,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  19,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  6,  1862, 
vice  P.  C.  Doyle,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  9,  1862,  vice  P.  C.  Doyle,  pro- 
moted. 


MITCHELL,  FREDERICK  A.,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to 
serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  A,  August  27, 
1861 ;  mustered  out,  September  24,  1862, 
for  appointment  as  Captain  and  Aide-de- 
Camp,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  24,  1861,  with 
rank  from  August  3,  1861,  vice  McBean, 
discharged. 

MORSE,  HENRY  P.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  May  20,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  I,  1862;  resigned, 
April  29,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  23,  1861,  with  rank 
from  December  14,  1861,  vice  J.  H.  Can- 
field,  promoted. 

MULLIGAN,  JAMES  S.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  May  10,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  May  20,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  August  6,  1861 ; 
transferred  to  Company  I,  January  I, 
1862;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  May  5, 
1862;  wounded  and  captured  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.;  pa- 
roled, September  6,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  6, 
1861,  vice  William  O.  Brown,  Jr.,  re- 
signed; First  Lieutenant,  May  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  5,  1862,  vice  J.  H. 
Canfield,  promoted. 

MYERS,  JR.,  DANIEL,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  G,  May  20,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  December  8, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  9,  1861,  original;  Captain,  Jan- 
uary 12,  1863,  with  rank  from  December 
8,  1862,  vice  E.  L.  Lee,  promoted. 

MYERS,  FRANCIS,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  I,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  May  20,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  August  9,  1862;  wounded  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.; 
discharged  for  disability  from  wounds, 


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February  2,  1863.;  enrolled  and  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  March  6,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  18,  1863, 
at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in 
I2th  Cavalry;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
December  15,  1862,  vice  J.  E.  Ransom, 
promoted. 

NICHOLSON,  JOHN,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  May  20,  1861;  re- 
signed, August  6, 1861 ;  subsequent  service 
in  looth  Infantry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  I,  1861,  original. 

PETERS,  JOSEPH  A.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, May  20,  1861 ;  discharged,  October 
I,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Surgeon,  6th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, August  16,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  15,  1861,  original. 

RANSOM,  ALBERT  F.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany F,  May  20,  1861;  promoted  Quarter- 
master-Sergeant, August  I,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  November  i,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  May  18,  1863,  at 
Buffalo,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  U. 
S.  Volunteers;  see  21  st  Infantry,  reorgan- 
izing; commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  December  18,  1862,  with 
rank  from  October  18,  1862,  vice  H.  P. 
Clinton,  promoted  Captain  and  Commis- 
sary of  Subsistence,  U.  S.  Volunteers. 

RANSOM,  JOHN  ELDERKIN,  age  20 
years;  enrolled  May  I,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  May  20,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  25,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  December  15,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  18, 
1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  9,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  9,  1862,  vice  J.  J.  Mc- 
Leish,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 17,  1863,  with  rank  from  December 
15,  1862,  vice  L.  Vallier,  promoted. 
REMINGTON,  GEORGE  L.,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 


Sergeant,  Company  C,  May  20,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  9,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  December  28,  1861; 
as  Captain,  August  31,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from  August 
8,  1861,  vice  Canfield,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  February  24,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  17,  1861,  vice  A.  M.  Ad- 
ams, promoted;  Captain,  November  7, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  30,  1862,  vice 
J.  P.  Washburn,  killed  in  action. 

ROBIE,  JOHN  E.,  age  —  years;  enrolled 
at  Washington,  D.  C.,  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  June  I, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Chaplain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
June  i,  1861,  original. 

ROGERS,  WILLIAM  FINDLAY,  age  41 
years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Colonel, 
May  20,  1861;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.; 
Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet,  from  March  13,  1865;  commis- 
sioned Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  15,  1861,  original. 

ROOT,  ADRIAN  R.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  May  15,  1861;  mustered  out, 
May  2,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Colonel, 
94th  Infantry;  commissioned  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  15,  1861,  original. 

SCHERMERHORN,  BYRON  D.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  D,  May  25,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  November  I,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, September  I,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
November  i,  1861,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 22,  1861,  vice  George  M.  Baker, 
promoted;  Captain,  November  7,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  I,  1862,  vice 
George  M.  Baker,  discharged. 

SLOAN,  THOMAS,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  May  20,  1861;  resigned,  Oc- 
tober 25,  1861;  commissioned  Second 


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Lieutenant,  July  4,   1861,  with  rank  from 
May  7,  1861,  original. 

STERNBERG,  CHESTER  W.,  age  32 
years;  enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  Buffalo 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  May  20,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  Major, 
September  24,  1862;  as  Lieutenant-Col- 
onel, December  8,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo, 
N.  Y. ;  see  2ist  Infantry,  reorganizing; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and  Ad- 
jutant, August  16,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  15,  1861,  original;  Major,  September 
29,  1862,  with  rank  from  September  24, 
1862,  vice  H.  G.  Thomas,  promoted; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  December  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  December  8,  1862,  vice 
H.  G.  Thomas,  discharged. 

STRONG,  JAMES  C,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  May  20,  1861;  mustered  out, 
January  17,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, 38th  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

THOMAS,  HORACE  G.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  May  20,  1861;  as  Major,  May 
20,  1862;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  Septem- 
ber 24,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  no 
date;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  December  8,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  74th  Militia;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  I,  1861,  original;  Major,  May  19, 
1862,  with  rank  from  May  5,  1862,  vice 
William  H.  Drew,  promoted;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  September  29,  1862,  with  rank 
from  September  24,  1862,  vice  William 
H.  Drew,  resigned. 

VALLIER,  LEVI,  age  35  years;  enrolled 
May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  May  20,  1861;  wounded  in 
action,  September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam, 
Md.;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  December 
15,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  18,  1863,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  20,  1861,  original; 
Captain,  February  17,  1863,  with  rank 


from  December  15,  1862,  vice  J.  H.  Can- 
field,  discharged. 

WASHBURN,  JEREMIAH  P.,  age  32 
years;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  May  20,  1861;  killed 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va.;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  17,  1861,  original. 

WHEELER,  ALGAR  M.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  at  Buffalo  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  May  10,  1861;  as  Captain, 
August  9,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  18,  1863, 
at  Buffalo,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service 
in  33d  Battery;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  4,  1861,  original;  Captain,  October 
9,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  9,  1862, 
vice  Gaylord,  discharged. 
WHEELER,  WILLIAM  F.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  .serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  20,  1861;  dis- 
charged, September  30,  1861,  for  promo- 
tion to  Captain,  49th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  9,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

WHITNEY,  WILLIAM  L.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  May  20,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  i,  1861; 
killed  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  I,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  26,  1861,  vice  Thomas 
Sloan,  discharged. 

WILCOX,  CHARLES  H.,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  Buffalo  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, May  20,  1861;  died,  of  disease, 
November  6,  1862,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  15,  1861,  original. 

WILKESON,  SAMUEL  H.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Buffalo 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  20,  1861; 
mustered  out,  to  date  January  2,  1862, 
at  Washington,  D.  C.;  subsequent  ser- 


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vice    in     nth     Cavalry;     commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  I,   1861,   original. 
WRIGHT,  THOMAS   B.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled    May    7,    1861,    at    Buffalo    to 


serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  20,  1861; 
resigned,  June  16,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 


TWENTY-FIRST  REGIMENT  INFANTRY. 

(Reorganizing) . 

Colonel  Chester  W.  Sternberg  received  authority,  May  21,  1863,  to  reorganize  the 
2ist  Infantry,  lately  mustered  out,  for  a  three  years'  service.  This  authority  was  with- 
drawn September  30,  1863,  before  any  progress  had  been  made  in  the  reorganization  and 
those  enrolled  were  assigned  principally  to  the  I2th  Cavalry. 

To  assist  in  the  reorganization,  the  Governor  appointed  but  did  not  commission,  as : 


Colonel. 

LATE  LIEUTENANT-COLONEL    CHESTER  W. 
STERNBERG,  May  21,   1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonel. 

LATE  MAJOR    EDWARD  L.  LEE,  May  21, 
1863. 

Adjutants. 

LATE  FIRST  LIEUTENANT  HENRY  H.  HAL- 
SEY,  May  21,  1863;  declined. 

All   of   whom   had    served   with   the   2ist 


LATE    SECOND    LIEUTENANT 
COOK,  June  9,  1863. 


GEORGE    T. 


Quartermaster. 

LATE  QUARTERMASTER  ALBERT  F.  RAN- 
SOM, May  21,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

LATE  ASSISTANT  SURGEON  THOMAS  M. 
JOHNSON,  May  21,  1863;  mustered  out, 
October  10,  1863. 

Infantry  (original  organization). 


TWENTY-SECOND  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Second   Northern   New   York   Regiment;   second   Troy   Regiment;   second 

Northern  Tier  Regiment 

This  regiment,  Col.  Walter  Phelps,  Jr.,  was  accepted  by  the  State  and  numerically 
designated  May  14,  1861 ;  organized  at  Troy  and  there  mustered  in  the  service  of  the 
United  States,  for  two  years,  June  6,  1861.  The  three  years'  men  of  the  regiment,  but  a 
few,  were  in  June,  1863,  transferred  to  the  76th  and  93d  N.  Y.  Volunteers.  The  com- 
panies were  organized :  A  at  Waterford  and  Cohoes ;  B  and  I  at  Fort  Edward ;  C  at 
Keeseville;  D  at  Cambridge;  E  and  F  at  Glens  Falls.  The  first  Company  G  was  organ- 
ized May  7  and  disbanded  June  I,  1861 ;  the  second  Company  G,  originally  The  Whitehall 
Light  Guards,  was  organized  at  Whitehall ;  Company  H  at  Sandy  Hill,  and  Company  K 
at  Port  Henry.  The  men  were  recruited  principally  in  the  counties  of  Albany,  Clinton, 
Essex,  Saratoga,  Warren  and  Washington. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  June  28,  1861 ;  passing  through  Baltimore,  Md.,  it  had 
one  man  killed  by  a  mob;  it  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C.,  from  July  i,  1861 ;  in 
Keyes'  Brigade,  Division  of  Potomac,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  same  brigade,  McDowell's 
Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  Augur's  Brigade,  from  Janu- 
ary, 1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  3d  Division,  1st  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March  13, 
1862;  in  ist  Brigade,  King's  Division,  Department  of  Rappahannock,  from  May,  1862;  in 
ist  Brigade,  ist  Division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  Virginia,  from  June  26,  1862;  in  same 
brigade  and  division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  September  12,  1862;  and  it 
was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  under  Colonel  Phelps,  June  19,  1863,  at 
Albany. 


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During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  7  officers,  42  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  4  officers,  19  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  i  officer,  27  enlisted  men ;  total,  12  officers,  88  enlisted  men ;  aggregate,  100 ;  of 
whom  I  enlisted  man  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following 
engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

\ 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

E 

0 

u 

i 

O 

Enlisted 
men. 

Falmouth,  Va  

1862. 
April  17-18 
Aug.           6 
Aug.  1  6- 
Sept.  x 

IO 

10 

Massaponax,  Va  

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

9 

i 

i 

55 
16 

22 

4 

60 

1  80 

3° 
30 
6 

IO 

Rappahannock  River  

Sulphur  Springs  

26 
28 
29 
30 
Sept            i 

Gainesville  

Groveton  

2 

4 

4 
27 

i 
3 

ii 

Bull  Run  

Little  River  Turnpike  

South  Mountain,  Md  

14 
i? 

i 

IO 

i 

3 
S 

Antietam,  Md  

Fredericksburg,  Va  

2 

Pollock's  Mill  Creek,  Va  

1863. 
April  29— 
May  2 
May        2-3 

IO 

Chancellorsville,  Va  

Total  loss  

7 

42 

4 

19 

13 

105 

4 

72 

266 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonel. 

WALTER    PHELPS,    JR.,    from    June    6, 

1861,  to  June  19,  1863. 

Lieutenant-  Colonels. 
GORTON  T.  THOMAS,  from  June  6, 1861, 

to  September  7,  1862. 
JOHN  McKEE,  JR.,  from  August  30,  1862, 

to  February  13,   1863. 
THOMAS  J.   STRONG,   from  April  29  to 

June  19,  1863. 

Majors. 
JOHN  McKEE,  JR.,  from  June  6,  1861,  to 

August  30,  1862. 
GEORGE  CLENDON,  JR.,  from  September 

3,  1862,  to  March  20,   1863. 
THOMAS  J.  STRONG,  from  March  23  to 

April  29,   1863. 
LYMAN  ORMSBY,  from  April  29  to  June 

19,  1863. 

Adjutants. 
EDWARD  PRUYN,  from  June  6,  1861,  to 

January  18,  1862. 
JOHN    S.    FASSETT,    from    January    19, 

1862,  to  March  i,  1863. 

MALACHI  WEIDMAN,  from  February  27 
to  June  19,  1863. 


Quartermasters. 

HENRY  D.  WOODRUFF,  from  June  6  to 
September  5,  1861. 

JAMES  W.  SCHENCK,  JR.,  from  Septem- 
ber 5,  1861,  to  June  19,  1863. 

AMOS   T.   CALKINS,   acting,   April,   1863. 

Paymaster. 

BENJAMIN  C.  BUTLER,  from  May  17 
to  June  17,  1861. 

Surgeons. 
JOSEPH    B.     ATHERLY,    from    June    6, 

1861,  to  August  12,  1862. 

WILLIAM   F.   HUTCHINSON,   from  Au- 
gust 18  to  November  14,  1862. 
ELIAS    L    BISSELL,    from    November   22, 

1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
WILLIAM  F.  HUTCHINSON,  from  June 

6,  1861,  to  August  18,  1862. 
AUSTIN  W.   HOLDEN,  from  August  24, 

1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 
MILES  GOODYEAR,  from  September  20, 

1862,  to  January  28,  1863. 


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Chaplain. 

HENRY  H.  BATES,  from  July  4,  1861,  to 
June  19,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captain  s: 

JACOB  L.  YATES,  from  June  6,  1861,  to 
February  27,  1863. 

ADDISON  L.  ESTABROOK,  from  Feb- 
ruary 27  to  June  19,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  H.  BROTT,  from  June  6  to  De- 
cember 21.  1861. 

HIRAM  CLUTE,  from  December  21,  1861, 
to  September  28,  1862. 

ADDISON  L.  ESTABROOK,  from  Sep- 
tember 28,  1862,  to  February  27,  1863. 

AMOS  T.  CALKINS,  from  February  27  to 
June  19,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HIRAM  CLUTE,  from  June  6  to  December 
21,  1861. 

ADDISON  L.  ESTABROOK,  from  Decem- 
ber 21,  1861,  to  September  28,  1862. 

AMOS  T.  CALKINS,  from  September  28, 
1862,  to  February  27,  1863. 

PATRICK  McCALL,  from  February  27  to 
June  19,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
JOHN  McKEE,  JR.,  from  May  16  to  June 

6,  1861. 
ROBERT  E.  McCOY,  from  June  6,  1861,  to 

August  29,  1862. 

JAMES  W.  McCOY,  from  August  30,  1862, 
to  June  19,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
DUNCAN  LENDRUM,  from  June  6,  1861, 

to  August  30,  1862. 
WILLIAM  H.  HOYSRADT,  from  August 

31,  1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES  W.  McCOY,  from  June  6,  1861,  to 

August  30,  1862. 
CHARLES  S.  DOUBLEDAY,  from  August 

31,   1862,  to  May   14,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

GORTON  T.  THOMAS,  from  May  7  to 
June  6,  1861. 


OLIVER  D.  PEABODY,  from  June  6,  1861, 
to  June  19,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

OLIVER  D.    PEABODY,    from  May  7  to 

June  6,  1861. 
CARLISLE  D.  BEAUMONT,  from  June  6, 

1861,  to  August  29,  1862. 
GORTON  T.  THOMAS,  JR.,  from  February 

I  to  June  19,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CARLISLE  D.  BEAUMONT,  from  May  7 

to  June  6,  1861. 
CHARLES   B.   PIERSONS,    from  June  6, 

1861,  to  September  7,  1862. 

GORTON  T.  THOMAS,  JR.,  from  Septem- 
ber 7,  1862,  to  February  i,  1863. 

JAMES  VALLEAU,  from  February  i  to 
June  19,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
HENRY  S.  MILLIMAN,  from  June  6,  1861, 

to  September   10,   1862. 
LUCIUS  E.WILSON,  from  September  n, 

1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
HENRY   S.   MILLIMAN,   from   May  6  to 

June  6,  1861. 
THOMAS  B.  FISK,  from  June  6,  1861,  to 

October  23,   1862. 
HENRY  R.  COOK,  from  October  23,  1862, 

to  September  5,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS  B.  FISK,  from  May  7  to  June  6, 
1861. 

ROBERT  A.  RICE,  from  June  6  to  De- 
cember 14,  1861. 

WILLIAM  T.  BEATTIE,  from  December 
14,  1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 

CHARLES  H.  AKENS,  from  August  30, 
1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
GEORGE   CLENDON,   JR.,    from   June   6, 

1861,  to  September  3,  1862. 
DANIEL  BURGY,  from  September  3,  1862, 
to  June  19,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  S.  FASSETT,  from  June  6,  1861,  to 
January  19,  1862. 


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WILLIAM  T.   NORRIS,  from  ,  to 

August  30,  1862. 
WARREN  ALLEN,  from  March  i  to  June 

19,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HORTON  G.   GAYGER,  from  June  6  to 

October  3,  1861. 
WILLIAM  T.   NORRIS,  from  October  3, 

1861,  to . 

CHARLES  GUSHING,  from  January  8  to 

September  17,  1862. 
WARREN    ALLEN,    from    September    17, 

1862,  to  March  i,  1863. 

GEORGE  C.  KINGSLEY,  from  March  i 
to  June  19,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 
AUSTIN  W.  HOLDEN,  from  June  6,  1861, 

to  August  18,  1862. 
ORVILLE  B.  SMITH,  from  August  18  to 

August  31,  1862. 

FREDERICK  E.  RANGER,  from  No- 
vember 5,  1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  HENRY  ARLIN,  from  June 
6,  1861,  to  January  8,  1862. 

ORVILLE  B.  SMITH,  from  January  8  to 
August  18,  1862. 

FREDERICK  E.  RANGER,  from  August 
18  to  November  5,  1862. 

JAMES  HENRY  MERRILL,  from  No- 
vember 5,  1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

ORVILLE  B.  SMITH,  from  June  6,  1861, 
to  January  8,  1862. 

FREDERICK  E.  RANGER,  from  Janu- 
ary 8  to  August  18,  1862. 

JAMES  HENRY  MERRILL,  from  Au- 
gust 18  to  November  5,  1862. 

SALMON  D.  SHERMAN,  from  Novem- 
ber 5,  1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
EDMUND    BOYNTON,   from   May   7  to 

June  i,  1861. 
BENJAMIN     MOSHER,     from    June     6, 

1861,  to  February  28,  1862. 
DUNCAN    CAMERON,    from    March    i, 

1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

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First  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  DELOU,  from  May  7  to  June 

i,  1861. 
HENRY  C.  HAY,  from  June  6  to , 

1861. 
DUNCAN     CAMERON,    from    June    15, 

1861,  to  March  i,  1862. 

JOHN  F.  TOWN,  from  March  i  to  July 

23,  1862. 
LUCIUS    E.   WILSON,   from  July  23  to 

September  n,  1862. 
ASA    W.    BERRY,    from    February    15  to 

June  19,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HORACE  W.  LACCA,  from  June  6,  1861, 

to  February  28,  1862. 
LUCIUS  E.  WILSON,  from  February  26 

to  July  23,  1862. 
LESTER  A.    BARTLETT,  from  July  22, 

1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 

Captains: 

THOMAS  J.  STRONG,  from  June  6,  1861, 

to  March  23,  1863. 
MATTHEW  S.  TELLER,  from  May  8  to 

June  19,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  A.  PIERSONS,  from  June  6, 

1861,  to  August  31,  1862. 
MATTHEW  S.  TELLER,  from  February 

21  to  May  8,  1863. 
A.  HALLECK  HOLBROOK,  from  March 

23  to  June  19,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

MATTHEW  S.  TELLER,  from  June  6, 
1861,  to  February  21,  1863. 

A.  HALLECK  HOLBROOK,  from  Janu- 
ary 27  to  March  23,  1863. 

MARSHALL  A.  DUERS,  from  March  23 
to  June  19,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY. I. 

Captain: 

LYMAN  ORMSBY,  from  June  6,  1861,  to 
April  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOSEPH  RANSOM  SEAMAN,  from 
June  6,  1861,  to  February  26,  1862. 


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DANIEL  BURGY,  from  February  22  to 
September  3,  1862. 

BENJAMIN  F.  WICKHAM,  from  Janu- 
ary I  to  June  19,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
DANIEL  BURGY,  from  June  6,  1861,  to 

February  22,   1862. 
LESTER  A.    BARLETT,   from    February 

26  to  July  22,  1862. 
BENJAMIN    F.    WICKHAM,    from   July 

22,   1862,  to  January  i,   1863. 
GEORGE   WETMORE,    from    September 

3,  1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
MILES   P.   S.   CADWELL,  from  June  6, 

1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 
EDWARD    F.    EDGERLY,   from   August 
31,  1862,  to  June  19,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD   F.    EDGERLY,  from  June  6, 

1861,  to  August  31,   1862. 

CLARK  W.  HUNTLEY,  from  August  30, 

1862,  to  February  6,  1863. 

JOHN  J.  BAKER,  from  February  7  to 
June  19,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CLARK   W.    HUNTLEY,   from   June    6, 

1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 
JOHN  J.  BAKER,  from  August  31,  1862, 

to  February  7,  1863, 
CHARLES  T.  BELLAMY,  from  March  26 

to  June  19,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR  AP- 
POINTED BUT  DID  NOT  'SERVE  IN  THE  GRADES 

NAMED. 

WICKHAM,  BENJAMIN  F.,  as  Captain. 

WETMORE,  GEORGE,  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant. 

BARTON,  HENRY  H.,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

DOYLE,  THOMAS,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

L AVERT Y,  WILLIAM  K.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

AKENS,  CHARLES  H.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Cambridge  to 


serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Musician, 
Company  D,  June  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, March  I,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  August  30,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  19,  1863, 
at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  again  enrolled  Decem- 
ber 28,  1863,  at  White  Creek  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany H,  i6th  Artillery,  December  31, 
1863;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  no  date; 
mustered  out  with  company,  August  21, 
1865,  at  Washington,  D.  C. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  February  25, 
1863,  with  rank  from  August  30,  1862,  vice 
Beattie,  killed  in  action. 

ALLEN,  WARREN,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
October  28,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  October  28,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, December  17,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant, 
no  date ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
September  17,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
March  I,  1861;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 7,  1862,  with  rank  from  September 
17,  1862,  vice  Gushing,  killed  in  action; 
First  Lieutenant,  May  8,  1863,  with  rank 
from  March  I,  1863,  vice  Norris,  killed  in 
action. 

ARLIN,  WILLIAM  HENRY,  age  37 
years;  enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Glens 
Falls  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  6, 
1861;  resigned,  January  8,  1862;  prior 
service  in  Mexican  War,  and  subsequent 
service  in  2d  Veteran  Cavalry;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  8,  1861,  original. 

ATHERLY,  JOSEPH  B.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  May  25,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  June 
6,  1861;  died,  of  congestion  of  the  brain, 
August  12,  1862,  at  Falmouth,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

BAKER,  JOHN  J.,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
May  7,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
E,  June  6,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  Sep- 
tember I,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K.  August  31,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  February  7,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  19, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service 


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in  2d  Veteran  Cavalry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  n,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  31,  1862,  vice  Huntley, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  March  17, 
1863.,  with  rank  from  February  6,  1863, 
vice  Huntley,  discharged. 

BARTLETT,  LESTER  A.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  at  Upton's  Hill,  Va.,  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  February  26, 
1862;  transferred  to  Company  G,  July 
22,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  April  5, 
1862,  with  rank  from  February  22,  1862, 
vice  Laverty,  not  mustered. 

BARTON,  HENRY  H.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Fort  Edward  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  B,  June  6,  1861;  promoted 
Corporal,  December  17,  1861;  Sergeant, 
August  31,  1862;  Sergeant-Major,  March 
22,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  30,  1863,  with  rank  from 
May  14,  1863,  vice  Doubleday,  dis- 
charged. 

BATES,  HENRY  H.,  age  53  years;  en- 
rolled May  25,  1861,  at  Troy  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  July 
4,  1861;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  com- 
missioned Chaplain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  28,  1861,  original. 

BEATTIE,  WILLIAM  T.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  June  i,  1861,  at  Cambridge  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  D,  June  6,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  14,  1861; 
killed  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull 
Run,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, January  3,  1862,  with  rank  from 
December  14,  1861,  vice  Rice,  resigned. 

BEAUMONT,  CARLISLE  D.,  age  52 
years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Keese- 
ville  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  C, 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  June  6,  1861;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, August  29,  1862,  at  Groveton,  Va.; 
not  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  June  i,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 


BELLAMY,  CHARLES  T.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  June  6,  1861;  promoted 
Commissary-Sergeant,  same  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  March  26,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
February  6,  1863,  vice  Baker,  promoted. 

BERRY,  ASA  W.,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
at  Albany  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  G,  June 
15,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  May  27, 
1862;  First  Sergeant,  July  15,  1862;  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  February 
15,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  February  23, 
1863,  with  rank  from  September  n, 

1862,  vice  Wilson,  promoted. 
BISSELL,   ELIAS   L.,  Assistant  Surgeon, 

44th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  November  22,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  June  19,  1863,  at 
Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Surgeon,  De- 
cember 5,  1862,  with  rank  from  November 
20,  1862,  vice  Hutchinson,  discharged. 

BOYNTON,  EDMUND,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  two  years,  and  ap- 
pointed Captain,  Company  G,  May  7, 
1861;  company  disbanded  and  officers 
out  of  service,  June  i,  1861;  not  mus- 
tered in  United  States  service;  not  com- 
missioned. 

BROTT,  JAMES  H.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Waterford  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  June  6,  1861; 
resigned,  December  21,  1861;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  9,  1861,  original. 

BURGY,  DANIEL,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
May  9,  1861,  at  Fort  Edward  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  June  6,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  February  22,  1862;  as 
Captain,  Company  E,  September  3,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  19, 

1863,  at   Albany,    N.    Y. ;    commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,   July   4,    1861,    with 
rank  from  May  9,   1861,  original;   First 
Lieutenant,    March    6,    1862,    with    rank 
from   February  22,    1862,   vice   Seaman, 


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resigned;  Captain,  February  12,  1863, 
with  rank  from  September  3,  1862,  vice 
Clendon,  Jr.,  promoted. 

BUTLER,  BENJAMIN  C,  age  38  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  two  years,  and  ap- 
pointed Paymaster,  May  17,  1861;  not 
mustered  into  the  United  States  ser- 
vice, and  out  of  service  of  State,  June 
17,  1861;  subsequent  service  in  93d  In- 
fantry; not  commissioned. 

CADWELL,  MILES  P.  S.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Port  Henry  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  K,  June  6,  1861;  killed  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va.;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  9,  1861,  original. 

CALKINS,  AMOS  T.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Cohoes  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  June  6,  1861;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  December  21,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 28,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary 27,  1863;  acting  Regimental  Quar- 
termaster, in  April,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, November  7,  1862,  with  rank  from 
September  28,  1862,  vice  Estabrook, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  May  8,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  27,  1863,  vice 
Estabrook,  promoted. 

CAMERON,  DUNCAN,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  June  15,  1861 ;  as  Captain,  March 
I,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  subse- 
quent service  in  2d  Veteran  Cavalry; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  June  25,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Captain,  March  29,  1862,  with  rank 
from  February  26,  1862,  vice  Mosher, 
resigned. 

CLENDON,  JR.,  GEORGE,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  E,  June  6,  1861;  wounded 
in  action,  August  29,  1862,  at  Groveton, 
Va.;  mustered  in  as  Major,  September 
3,  1862;  discharged  for  disability  from 
wounds,  March  20,  1863;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 


May  17,  1861,  original;  Major,  Septem- 
ber 27,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  30, 

1862,  vice  McKee,  Jr.,  promoted. 
CLUTE,  HIRAM,  age  34  years;  enrolled 

May  9,  1861,  at  Waterford  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  June  6,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  December  21,  1861;  wounded 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va.;  died,  of  his  wounds,  September  28, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  9, 

1861,  original;    First    Lieutenant,   Janu- 
ary 3,    1862,  with  rank  from   December 
21,  1861,  vice  Brott,  resigned. 

COOK,  HENRY  R.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Cambridge  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  June  6,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  December  14,  1861,  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  October  23,  1862 ; 
discharged,  September  5,  1863 ;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  February  25, 

1863,  with  rank  from  September  23,  1802, 
vice  Fisk,  resigned. 

GUSHING,  CHARLES,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  June  6,  1861 ;  promoted  ser- 
geant, September  i,  1861;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  January 
8,  1862;  killed  in  action,  September  17, 

1862,  at    Antietam,     Md. ;     commissioned 
Second     Lieutenant,     February    28,     1862, 
with    rank     from     January    8,    1862,    vice 
Norris,    promoted. 

DELOU,  CHARLES,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  two  years,  and  appointed 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  G  (original 
company),  May  7,  1861 ;  company  dis- 
banded and  officers  out  of  service,  June 
I,  1861 ;  not  mustered  in  United  States 
service;  not  commissioned. 

DOUBLEDAY,  CHARLES  S.,  age  18 
years;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Sandy 
Hill  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  H,  June  6,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  August 
31,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  September 
14,  1862,  at  South  Mountain,  Md. ;  dis- 
charged for  disability  from  wounds,  May 
14,  1863;  subsequent  service  in  Veteran 
Reserve  Corps ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  21,  1862,  with  rank 


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from  August  30,  1862,  vice  J.  W.  McCoy, 
promoted. 

DOYLE,  THOMAS,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Fort  Edward  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  June  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, July  6,  1861;  Sergeant,  April  12, 
1862 ;  First  Sergeant,  January  i,  1863 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  19, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  June  8, 
1863,  with  rank  from  April  29,  1863,  vice 
Wetmore,  promoted. 

DUERS,  MARSHALL  A.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Sandy  Hill  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  H,  June  6,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  23,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  19,  1863, 
at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  8,  1863,  with  rank  from 
March  20,  1863,  vice  Holbrook,  pro- 
moted. 

EDGERLY,  EDWARD  F.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Port  Henry  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  June  6,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  August  31,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  g, 

1861,  original;   Captain,   October   11,   1862, 
with    rank    from    August    31,    1862,    vice 
Cadwell,   killed  in   action. 

ESTABROOK,  ADDISON  L.,  age  32 
years;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Water- 
ford  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as 
First  Sergeant,  Company  A,  June  6, 
1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  December 
21,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  September 
28,  1862;  as  Captain,  February  27,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  19, 
1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  3,  1862,  with 
rank  from  December  21,  1861,  vice  Clute, 
promoted ;  First  Lieutenant,  November  7, 

1862,  with  rank  from  September  28,  1862, 
vice    Clute,    died,    of    wounds    received    in 
action;    Captain,    May  8,    1863,   with   rank 
from    February   27,    1863,    vice    Yates,    re- 
signed. 

FASSETT,  JOHN  S.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 


Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  6,  1861 ; 
as  Adjutant,  January  19,  1862 ;  dis- 
charged, March  I,  1863 ;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  2d  Veteran  Cavalry;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original;  Adju- 
tant, February  28,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  8,  1862,  vice  Pruyn,  resigned. 

FISK,  THOMAS  B.,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Cambridge  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, June  6,  1861 ;  resigned,  October  23, 
1862;  subsequent  service  in  i6th  Artil- 
lery ;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  June  I,  1861, 
original. 

GAYGER,  HORTON  G.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  6,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, October  3,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

GOODYEAR,  MILES,  age  69  years;  en- 
rolled at  Washington,  D.  C,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, September  20,  1862;  discharged, 
January  28,  1863;  commissioned  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  September  12,  1862,  with 
rank  from  September  n,  1862,  original. 

HAY,  HENRY  C,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
at  Troy  to  serve  two  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June 
6,  1861 ;  resigned  before  regiment  left  the 
State ;  not  commissioned. 

HOLBROOK,  A.  HALLECK,  age  20 
y«ars;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Sandy 
Hill  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  H,  June  6,  1861 ;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  27,  1863;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  March  23,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  June  19,  1863, 
at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in 
2d  Veteran  Cavalry;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  27,  1863,  with 
rank  from  August  31,  1862,  vice  Teller, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  May  8,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  20,  1863,  vice 
Teller,  promoted. 

HOLDEN,  AUSTIN  W.,  age  42  years ;  en- 
rolled May  8,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 


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Company  F,  June  6,  1861 ;  discharged, 
August  18,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  August  24,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  June  19,  1863,  at  Al- 
bany, N.  Y. ;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers, 
by  brevet;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  8,   1861,  orig- 
inal;   Assistant    Surgeon,    September    10, 

1862,  wnth    rank    from    August    18,    1862, 
vice  Hutchinson,  promoted. 

HOYSRADT,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  36 
years;  enrolled  May  10,  1861,  at  Fort 
Edward  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered 
in  as  Sergeant,  Company  B,  June  6,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  September  15, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
to  date  August  31,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
February  26,  1863,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  vice  Lendrum,  killed  in 
action. 

HUNTLEY,  CLARK  W.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Port  Henry  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  June  6,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  August  30,  1862; 
discharged  for  disability,  February  6, 
1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  18614  with  rank  from  May  9, 
1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  October 
II,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  31,  1862, 
vice  Edgerly,  promoted. 

HUTCHINSON,  WILLIAM  F.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  May  20,  1861,  at  Albany 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  June  6,  1861 ;  as  Sur- 
geon, August  18,  1862;  discharged,  No- 
vember 14,  1862;  commissioned  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  16,  1861,  original;  Surgeon, 
September  10,  1862,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 18,  1862,  vice  Atherly,  deceased. 

KINGSLEY,  GEORGE  C,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  June  6,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  January  i,  1863; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
I,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  8,  1863,  with 
rank  from  March  I,  1863,  vice  Allen, 
promoted. 


LACCA,  HORACE  W.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Whitehall  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  G,  June  6,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, February  28,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  2d  Veteran  Cavalry;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  June  6,  1861,  original. 

LAVERTY,  WILLIAM  K.,  commissioned, 
not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
7,  1862,  with  rank  from  February  22, 

1862,  vice  Burgy,  promoted;  see  1st  Cav- 
alry. 

LENDRUM,  DUNCAN,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Fort  Edward  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  June  6,  1801 ; 
killed  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull 
Run,  Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1861,  original. 

McCALL,  PATRICK,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Waterford  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  A,  June  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, September  26,  1861 ;  First  Ser- 
geant, September  28,  1862;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  February  27,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  June  19, 

1863,  at   Albany,    N.    Y. ;    subsequent   ser- 
vice in  I92d  Infantry;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond  Lieutenant,   May  8,    1863,  with   rank 
from    February    27,    1863,    vice    Calkins, 
promoted. 

McCOY,  JAMES  W.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Fort  Edward  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  June  6,  1861 ; 
as  Captain,  August  30,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Al- 
bany, N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
10,  1861,  original;  Captain,  October  il, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  30,  1862, 
vice  Robert  E.  McCoy,  killed  in  action. 

McCOY,  ROBERT  E.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  10,  1861,  at  Fort  Edward  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  June  6,  1861;  killed  in 
action,  August  29,  1862,  at  Groveton,  Va.; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original. 

McKEE,  JR.,  JOHN,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled May  16,  1861,  as  Captain,  Com- 


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pany  B,  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Major,  June  6,  1861;  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  August  30,  1862;  discharged  for 
disability,  February  13,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original;  Major,  June 
20,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  16,  1861, 
original;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  September 
27,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  30,  1862, 
vice  Thomas,  died,  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

MERRILL,  JAMES  HENRY,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Glens 
Falls  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  June  6,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  September  i,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 18,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 5,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
see  "  Unassigned;"  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  October  n,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  18,  1862,  vice  Ranger, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  January  7, 
1863,  with  rank  from  November  5,  1862, 
vice  Ranger,  promoted. 

MILLIMAN,  HENRY  S.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Cambridge  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  June 
6,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  August  29, 
1862,  at  Groveton,  Va. ;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  September  10,  1862,  at  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  not  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant;  commissioned  Captain,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  January  i,  1861, 
original. 

MOSHER,  BENJAMIN,  age  46  years;  en- 
rolled at  Troy  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  G, 
June  6,  1861;  resigned,  February  28,  1862; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  June  6,  1861,  original. 

NORRIS,  WILLIAM  T.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
E,  October  3,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieu- 
tenant, no  date;  killed  in  action,  August 
30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  29,  1861,  with 
rank  from  October  3,  1861,  vice  Gayger, 
resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  February  28, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  8,  1862,  vice 
Fassett,  promoted. 


ORMSBY,  LYMAN,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Fort  Edward  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  I,  June  6,  1861;  as  Major,  April 
29,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  9,  1861,  original;  Major,  May 
8,  1863,  with  rank  from  April  29,  1863, 
vice  Strong,  promoted. 

PEABODY,  OLIVER  D.,  age  56  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Keeseville  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  June  6, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent 
service  in  Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet;  not  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  June  I,  1861,  original. 

PHELPS,  JR.,  WALTER,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  16,  1861,  at  Troy  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  June 
6,  1861;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  June 
19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ;  Brigadier- 
General,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet, 
from  March  13,  1865;  commissioned 
Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  16,  1861,  original. 

PIERSONS,  CHARLES  B.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  June  2,  1861,  at  Troy  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  June  6,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va. ;  died,  of  his  wounds,  Sep- 
tember 7,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
June  i,  1861,  original. 

PIERSONS,  WILLIAM  A.,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Sandy  Hill  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June  6,  1861; 
discharged  for  disability,  August  31,  1862; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  8,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

PRUYN,  EDWARD,  age  32  years;  en- 
rolled May  21,  1861,  at  Troy  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Adjutant,  June  6, 
1861;  resigned,  January  18,  1862;  see  4th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Adjutant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  16,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 


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RANGER,  FREDERICK  E.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  at  Upton's  Hill,  Va.,  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  January  8,  1862; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  August  18,  1862;  as 
Captain,  November  5,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  21,  1862,  with  rank  from  January 
8,  1862,  vice  Smith,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October  n,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  18,  1862,  vice  Smith,  promoted ; 
Captain,  January  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
November  5,  1862,  vice  Smith,  dis- 
charged. 

RICE,  ROBERT  A.,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Cambridge  as  First 
Sergeant  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  June 
6,  1861 ;  discharged  for  disability,  De- 
cember 14,  1861 ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
June  i,  1861,  original. 

SCHENCK,  JR.,  JAMES  W.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  at  Arlington,  Va.,  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Quartermaster, 
September  5,  1861;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Quartermaster,  September 
29,  1861,  with  rank  from  September  5, 
1861,  vice  H.  D.  Woodruff,  discharged. 

SEAMAN,  JOSEPH  RANSOM,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Fort  Ed- 
ward to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  June  6, 
1861;  resigned,  February  26,  1862;  subse- 
quent service  in  n8th  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  9,  1861,  original. 

SHERMAN,  SALMON  D.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C,  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  F,  July  13,  1861;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, September  I,  1861 ;  First  Sergeant, 
August  18,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  5,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Al- 
bany, N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, January  7,  1863,  with  rank  from 
November  5,  1862,  vice  Merrill,  promoted. 

SMITH,  ORVILLE  B.,  age  3?  years;  en- 
rolled May  8,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 


Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  6,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  January  8,  1862;  as 
Captain,  August  18,  1862;  discharged,  to 
date  August  31,  1862;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  8,  1861,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  8,  1862,  vice  Arlin,  resigned; 
Captain,  October  n,  1862,  with  rank  from 
August  18,  1862,  vice  Holden,  appointed 
Assistant  Surgeon. 

STRONG,  THOMAS  J.,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Sandy  Hill  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany H,  June  6,  1861;  as  Major,  March 
23,  1863;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  April 
29,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  subse- 
quent service  in  i6th  Artillery;  commis- 
sioned Captain,,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  8,  1861,  original;  Major,  March 
27,  1863,  with  rank  from  March  20,  1863. 
vice  Clendon,  Jr.,  resigned;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel  April  29  1863,  with  rank  of  same 
date,  vice  McKee,  resigned. 

TELLER,  MATTHEW  S.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Sandy  Hill  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June  6,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  February  21,  1863; 
as  Captain,  May  8,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y.;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by 
brevet;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  8,  1861, 
original;  First  Lieutenant,  January  22, 
1863,  with  rank  from  August  31,  1862, 
vice  W.  A.  Piersons,  discharged;  Cap- 
tain, May  8,  1863,  with  rank  from  March 
20,  1863,  vice  Strong,  promoted. 

THOMAS,  GORTON  T.,  age  54  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Keeseville  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  June 
6,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  August  30, 
1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va.;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  September  7,  1862;  not  commis- 
sioned Captain;  commissioned  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, June  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

THOMAS,  JR.,  GORTON  T.,  age  18 
years ;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Keeseville 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 


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geant,  Company  C,  June  6,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  September  7, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  February  i, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  n,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  7,  1862,  vice 
C.  B.  Piersons,  died,  of  wounds  received 
in  action;  First  Lieutenant,  February  19, 
1863,  with  rank  from  February  I,  1863, 
vice  Beaumont,  killed  in  action. 

TOWN,  JOHN  F.,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
May  9,  1861,  at  Sandy  Hill  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  H,  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant-Major,  June  6, 
1861;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany G,  March  i,  1862;  resigned,  July  23, 
1862;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
May  29,  1862,  with  rank  from  February 
26,  1862,  vice  Cameron,  promoted. 

VALLEAU,  JAMES,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Keeseville  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany C,  June  6,  1861 ;  promoted  Corporal, 
August  19,  1862;  Sergeant,  September  14, 
1862;  First  Sergeant,  November  3,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Feb- 
ruary i,  1863;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Febru- 
ary 19,  1863,  with  rank  from  February  i, 
1863,  vice  Thomas,  Jr.,  promoted. 

WEIDMAN,  MALACHI,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Troy  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  June  6,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant- 
Major,  March  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Adjutant,  February  27,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Adjutant,  March  7, 
1863,  with  rank  from  February  27,  1863, 
vice  Fassett,  resigned. 

WETMORE,  GEORGE,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Glens  Falls  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  E,  June  6,  1861;  re- 
turned to  ranks,  December  17,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
I,  September  3,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
subsequent  service  in  i84th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  February 


12,  1863,  with  rank  from  September  3, 
1862,  vice  Wickham,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  June  8,  1863, 
with  rank  from  April  29,  1863,  vice  Wick- 
ham,  promoted. 

WICKHAM,  BENJAMIN  F.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Fort  Edward  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal, 
Company  I,  June  6,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  July  6,  1861;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  22,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  January  I,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  June  19,  1863,  at  Albany, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
August  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  21, 
1862,  vice  Wilson,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  12,  1863,  with  rank  from 
September  3^  1862,  vice  Burgy,  promoted; 
Captain,  not  mustered,  June  8,  1863,  with 
rank  from  April  29,  1863,  vice  Ormsby, 
promoted. 

WILSON,  LUCIUS  E.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Troy  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company 
G,  June  6,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  26,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
July  23,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  D,  to 
date  September  n,  1862;  discharged,  to 
date  June  19,  1863;  subsequent  service  in 
2d  Veteran  Cavalry;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  March  29,  1862,  with  rank 
from  February  22,  1862,  vice  H.  W. 
Lacca,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  21, 
1862,  vice  Town,  resigned;  Captain,  Feb- 
ruary 23,  1863,  with  rank  from  September 
n,  1862,  vice  Milliman,  died,  of  wounds 
received  in  action. 

WOODRUFF,  HENRY  D.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  20,  1861,  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Quartermaster,  June  6, 
1861;  discharged,  September  5,  1861,  for 
promotion  to  Captain  and  Commissary  of 
Subsistence,  U.  S.  Volunteers;  commis- 
sioned Quartermaster,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

YATES,  JACOB  L.,  age  38  years;  enrolled 
May  9,  1861,  at  Waterford  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
A,  June  6,  1861 ;  discharged,  February  27, 
1863;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  8,  1861,  original. 


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TWENTY^THIRD  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Southern  Tier  Regiment;  Southern  Tier  Rifles. 

This  regiment,  Col.  Henry  C.  Hoffman,  was  accepted  and  numbered  by  the  State  May 
16,  1861,  organized  at  Elmira,  and  there  mustered  in  the  United  States  service  for  two 
years  July  2,  1861.  The  three  years'  men  of  the  regiment,  a  few  in  Company  B,  were 
transferred  to  the  8oth  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  May  29,  1863. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally :  A  at  Bath ;  B  at  Cuba ;  C  at  Owego ;  D  at 
Corning;  E  at  Waverly;  F  and  K  at  Elmira;  G  at  Hornellsville ;  H  at  Cortland;  and  I 
at  Watkins;  the  men  being  from  the  counties  of  Allegany,  Chemung,  Cortland,  Schuyler, 
Steuben,  Tioga  and  Tompkins. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  July  5,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C.,  from 
July  7,  1861 ;  in  Hunter's,  then  Sedgwick's,  then  Keyes',  Brigade,  Division  of  Potomac, 
from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Wadsworth's  Brigade,  McDowell's  Division,  Army  of  the  Poto- 
mac, from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  2d,  Patrick's,  Brigade,  3d,  King's,  Division,  ist  Corps, 
Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March  13,  1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  King's  Division,  Department 
of  Rappahannock,  from  May,  1862;  in  3d  Brigade,  ist  Division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  Virginia, 
from  June  26,  1862;  in  the  same  brigade  and  division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac, 
from  September  12,  1862;  in  Patrick's  Provost  Guard  Brigade,  Army  of  the  Potomac, 
from  January,  1863;  at  Aquia  Creek,  Va.,  from  April  29,  1863,  and  was  honorably  dis- 
charged and  mustered  out,  under  Colonel  Hoffman,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  10  enlisted  men; 
of  wounds  received  in  action,  7  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other  causes,  2  officers,  53 
enlisted  men;  total,  2  officers,  70  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  72;  of  whom  5  enlisted  men 
died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy ;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Near  Falls  Church,  Va  

1861. 
Aug.         14 

Ball's  Cross  Roads   Va 

27 
31 

i 

3 

4 

4 

Ball's  Cross  Roads   Va 

1862. 
May          1  8 
July          26 
Aug.       1  6- 
Sept.  2 

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

] 

2 

15 
6 

25 

44 

6 
4  = 
18 

Rappahannock  River. 

26 
28 
29 
30 
31 

Bull  Run  

i 

Fairfax  Court  House  

Antietam,  Md  

17 

5 

3 

I 

29 

14 

2 

Fredericksburg,  Va 

Total  loss  . 

7 

3 

7i 

27 

118 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonel. 

HENRY   C.    HOFFMAN,   from   May    16, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 


Lieutenant-Colonel. 

NIROM  M.   CRANE,  from  May  16,  1861, 
to  May  22,  1863. 


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Major. 

WILLIAM  M.  GREGG,  from  May  16, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Adjutant. 

WILLIAM  W.  HAYT,  from  May  16, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Quartermasters. 

MYRON  H.  MANDEVILLE,  from  May 
16,  1861,  to  January  2,  1863. 

LUCIEN  W.  BINGHAM,  from  Decem- 
ber 27,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Surgeons. 
SEYMOUR  CHURCHILL,  from  May  16, 

1861,  to  June  23,  1862. 

WILLIAM  A.  MADILL,  from  August  7, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
WILLIAM   A.   MADILL,   from   May  16, 

1861,  to  August  7,  1862. 

THOMAS  H.  STILWELL,  from  Septem- 
ber 18,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 
WILLIAM  TAYLOR,  from   October  28, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Chaplains. 

EZRA  F.  CRANE,  from  ,  to  Janu- 
ary 28,  1862. 

JAMES  DEBOIS,  from  January  26,  1862, 
to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captain: 

THEODORE  SCHLICK,  from  May  16, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CORNELIUS  F.  MOWERS,  from  May 
16  to  November  28,  1861. 

BENJAMIN  BENNETT,  from  Novem- 
ber 28,  1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  E.  BILES,  from  May  16  to 
November  12,  1861. 

JOHN  S.  TUNNICLIFF,  from  Novem- 
ber 28,  1861,  to  October  28,  1862. 

GEORGE  B.  STAMFORD,  from  Octo- 
ber 28,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 


OF  COMPANY  B. 

Captains: 

MARSHALL   M.    LOYDON,   from   May 

16  to  September  23,  1861. 
WILLIAM   W.   COLE,   from   September 

23,  1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenant:  * 

LEMUEL  K.  BRADLEY,  from  May  16, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863.    ' 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  W.  COLE,  from  May  16  to 

September  23,  1861. 
LUCIEN  B.  MAIN,  from  September  23, 

1 86 1,  to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 

Captains: 
SUMNER    BARSTOW ,  from    May    16, 

1861,  to  February  16,  1863. 
MOSES  M.  VAN  BENSCHOTEN,  from 

February  16  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
DAVID  BAILEY,  from  April  30  to  May 

16,  1861. 
MOSES  M.  VAN  BENSCHOTEN,  from 

May  16,  1861,  to  February  16,  1863. 
CHARLES  O.  DURLAND,  from  March 

I  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
MOSES  M.  VAN  BENSCHOTEN,  from 

April  30  to  May  16,  1861. 
CHARLES  O.  DURLAND,  from  May  16, 

1861,  to  March  i,  1863. 
WILLIAM  V.   BAILEY,  from  March  i 

to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captain : 

LUZERNE  TODD,  from  May  16,  1861,  to 
May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
NEWTON    T.    COLBY,   from    May    16, 

1861,  to  May  15,  1862. 

WILLIAM    H.    JONES,    from    May    16, 

1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM    H.    JONES,    from    May    16, 
1861,  to  May  16,  1862. 


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CYRUS  KELLOGG,  from  May  15,  1862, 
to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 
GEORGE   H.   POWERS,    from   May   16, 

1861.  to  March  12,  1863. 
HUGH     JENKINS     BALDWIN,     from 
March  12  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  H.  PIERCE,  from  May  16,  1861, 

to  April  2,  1862. 
HUGH     JENKINS     BALDWIN,     from 

April  2,  1862,  to  March  12,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
HUGH     JENKINS     BALDWIN,     from 

May  16,  1861,  to  April  2,  1862. 
HIRAM  T.  SMITH,  from  April  2,  1862, 

to  May  22,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captain: 

WILLIAM  W.  DINGELDEY,  from  May 
16,  1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

MELVILLE  C.  WILKINSON,  from 
May  16  to  November  7,  1861. 

SAMUEL  N.  BENEDICT,  from  Novem- 
ber 7,  1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
SAMUEL  N.  BENEDICT,  from  May  16 

to  November  7,  1861. 
JAMES  B.  BOWKER,  from  November  7, 

1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captain: 

FRANKLIN  B.  DOTY,  from  May  16, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenant: 

IRA  CONE,  from  May  16,  1861,  to  May 
22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

JOHN  PRENTISS,  from  May  16,  1861, 
to  May  22,  1863. 


OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captain: 

MARTIN  C.  CLARK,  from  May  16,  1861, 
to  May  13,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ALVAH  B.  WATERS,  from  May  16  to 
October  i,  1861. 

BENJAMIN  B.  ANDREWS,  from  Octo- 
ber i,  1861,  to  May  7,  1862. 

LEONARD  F.  HATHAWAY,  from  May 
7,  1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

BENJAMIN  B.  ANDREWS,  from  May 
16  to  October  i,  1861. 

LEONARD  F.  HATHAWAY,  from  Oc- 
tober i,  1861,  to  May  7,  1862. 

ARCHIBALD  N.  DEVOE,  from  May  7, 
1862,  to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 

Captain : 

JAMES  H.  CHAPMAN,  from  May  16, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

*    First  Lieutenant: 

ALBERT  O.  DURLAND,  from  May  16, 
1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

SAMUEL  W.  CASS,  from  May  16,  1861, 
to  May  22,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 
HENRY  C.  HOFFMAN,  from  May  6  to 

May  16,  1861. 

NATHANIEL  B.  FOWLER,  from  May 
16,  1861,  to  May  22,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM   M.  GREGG,  from   May  6  to 

May  16,  1861. 
FLORENCE  SULLIVAN,  from  May  16, 

1861,  to  February  21,  1863. 
DUANE    THOMPSON,    from    February 

21  to  May  22,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
NATHANIEL  B.  FOWLER,  from   May 

6  to  May  16,  1861. 
RODNEY  W.  STEELE,  from  May  16  to 

December  7,  1861. 


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DUANE  THOMPSON,  from  December 
7,  1861,  to  February  21,  1863. 

JUDD  D.  BURT,  from  February  21  to 
May  22,  1863. 

OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR  AP- 
POINTED BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE  GRADES 

NAMED. 

JAMISON,  DANIEL,  as  First  Lieutenant. 
SMITH,  HIRAM  T.,  as  First  Lieutenant. 
BROWER,  CHARLES  W.,  as  Second 

Lieutenant. 

MEDAL  OF  HONOR  GRANTED  BY  THE 
PRESIDENT  TO 

HOGARTY,  WILLIAM  P.,  Private, 
Company  D,  for  distinguished  gallantry 
in  action  at  battles  of  Antietam,  Md., 
and  Fredericksburg,  Va.,  September  17 
and  December  13,  1862,  respectively. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ANDREWS,  BENJAMIN  B.,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Cortland 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  16, 
1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  October  i, 
1861;  resigned,  May  7,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  I57th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  8,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  October  29,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  i,  1861,  vice  Waters,  re- 
signed. 

BAILEY,  DAVID,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
April  30,  1861,  at  Owego  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  May  16,  1861; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  February  16, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  not  commis- 
sioned. 

BAILEY,  WILLIAM  V.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Owego  as 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
May  16,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  i,  1863;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
17,  1863,  with  rank  from  February  16, 
1863,  vice  Charles  O.  Durland,  pro- 
moted. 

BALDWIN,   HUGH   JENKINS,   age   23 


years;  enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Waverly 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  16, 
1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  April  2,  1862; 
as  Captain,  March  12,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  El- 
mira, N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
6,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  May 
13,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  2,  1862, 
vice  Pierce,  resigned;  Captain,  May  8, 
1863,  with  rank  from  March  9,  1863,  vice 
Powers,  resigned. 

BARSTOW,  SUMNER,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Owego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany C,  May  16,  1861;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, August  24,  1862,  near  Manassas, 
Va.;  resigned,  February  16,  1863;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  30,  1861,  original. 

BENEDICT,  SAMUEL  N.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 
two  years:  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  May  16,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  November  7,  1861; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  iO7th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  6,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  December  12,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  7,  1861,  vice  Wil- 
kinson, resigned. 

BENNETT,  BENJAMIN,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Bath  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  May  16,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  November  28,  1861; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  22d  Cavalry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  December  23,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  28,  1861,  vice 
Mowers,  resigned. 

BILES,  GEORGE  E.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Bath  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  A,  May  16,  1861;  re- 
signed, November  12,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  i6ist  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  April  30,  1861,  original. 

BINGHAM,  LUCIEN  W.,  age  39  years; 
enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve 


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two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  May  16,  1861;  promoted 
Commissary-Sergeant,  July  — ,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  Quartermaster,  Decem- 
ber 27,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and 
Quartermaster,  January  16,  1863,  with 
rank  from  December  27,  1862,  vice  Man- 
deville,  promoted  Captain  and  Assistant 
Quartermaster,  U.  S.  Volunteers. 

BOWKER,  JAMES  B.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
F,  May  16,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
October  i,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  7,  1861;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  22, 1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  i7Qth  In- 
fantry ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
December  23.  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 7,  1861,  vice  Benedict,  promoted. 

BRADLEY,  LEMUEL  K.,  age  23  years ;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Cuba  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  May  16,  1861 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861, 
original. 

BROWER,  CHARLES  W.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Waverly  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany E,  May  16,  1861 ;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  January  15,  1863 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned,  not  mustered,  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  May  8,  1863,  with  rank 
from  March  9,  1863,  vice  Smith,  promoted. 

BURT,  JUDD  D.,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company  K,  May 
16,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  Jan- 
uary i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  21,  1863 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  February 
21,  1863,  vice  Thompson,  promoted. 

CASS,  SAMUEL  W.,  age  18  years ;  enrolled 
May  13,  1861,  at  Watkins  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  May  16,  1861 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 


July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  13; 
1861,  original. 

CHAPMAN,  JAMES  H.,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  Watkins  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  May  16,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

CHURCHILL,  SEYMOUR,  age  49  years; 
enrolled  at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  May  16,  1861 ; 
resigned,  June  23,  1862,  at  Manassas,  Va. ; 
subsequent  service  in  logth  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

CLARK,  MARTIN  C,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  8,  1861,  at  Cortland  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany H,  May  16,  1861 ;  resigned,  February 
18,  1863;  enrolled  and  appointed  Captain, 
Company  H,  February  18,  1863;  killed  in 
railroad  accident,  May  13,  1863,  while  re- 
turning to  Elmira,  N.  Y.,  with  regiment; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  8,  1861,  original ;  recom- 
missioned  Captain,  March  3,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  18,  1863,  vice  himself, 
resigned. 

COLBY,  NEWTON  T.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  Corning  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  May  16,  1861 ;  resigned, 
May  15,  1862;  subsequent  service  in  iO7th 
Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  6,  1861, 
original. 

COLE,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Cuba  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  B,  May  16,  1861 ;  as  Captain, 
September  23,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  orig- 
inal ;  Captain,  November  I,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  23,  1861,  vice  Loydon,  re- 
signed. 

CONE,  IRA,  age  30  years ;  enrolled  May  9, 
1861,  at  Hornellsville  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
G,  May  16,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  9,  1861,  original. 


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CRANE,  EZRA  F.,  age  52  years;  enrolled 
and  appointed  Chaplain,  no  date;  resigned, 
January  28,  1862,  at  Upton's  Hill,  Va. ; 
subsequent  service  in  I07th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Chaplain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

CRANE,  NIROM  M.,  age  32  years;  enrolled 
at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  May  16, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service 
in  iO7th  Infantry;  commissioned  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  16,  1861,  original. 

DEBOIS,  JAMES,  age  45  years;  enrolled  at 
Upton's  Hill,  Va.,  to  serve  unexpired  term 
of  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain, 
January  26,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  February  12,  1862, 
with  rank  from  January  28,  1862,  vice 
Crane,  resigned. 

DEVOE,  ARCHIBALD  N.,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  K,  to  serve  two  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant-Major,  May  16, 
i86i;as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
May  7,  1862 ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  May  30,  1862, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1862,  vice  Hath- 
away, promoted. 

DINGELDEY,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  32 
years;  enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  F,  May  16,  1861 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  6,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

DOTY,  FRANKLIN  B.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Hornellsville  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  G,  May  16,  1861 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  I79th  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  9,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

DURLAND,  ALBERT  O.,  age  20  years ;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  Watkins  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  to  serve  two  years ; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  May  16, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank/ 
from  June  25,  1861,  original. 


DURLAND,  CHARLES  O.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Owego  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  C,  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  May 
16,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  March  i, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  28,  1861,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
February  16,  1863,  vice  Van  Benschoten, 
promoted. 

FOWLER,  NATHANIEL  B.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  May  16, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  not  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant ;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  21, 
1861,  original. 

GREGG,  WILLIAM  M.,  age  39  years ;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Major,  May  16, 
1861 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent 
service  in  I79th  Infantry;  not  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant;  commissioned 
Major,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  16,  1861,  original. 

HATHAWAY,  LEONARD  F.,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  May  8,  1861,  at  Cortland 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  H,  May  16,  1861 ;  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  October  i,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  May  7,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  I5th  Cavalry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  October 
29,  1861,  with  rank  from  October  i,  1861, 
vice  Andrews,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
May  30,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  7,  1862, 
vice  Andrews,  resigned. 

HAYT,  WILLIAM  W.,  age  36  years;  en- 
rolled at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Adjutant,  May  16,  1861; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  May  22,  1863, 
at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in 
iSgth  Infantry;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Adjutant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

HOFFMAN,  HENRY  C,  age  33  years ;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  to  serve  two  years ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Colonel,  May  16,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  May  22,  1863,  at 


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Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  Brigadier-General,  U.  S. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet,  from  March  13, 
1865;  not  commissioned  Captain;  commis- 
sioned Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

JAMISON,  DANIEL,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

JONES,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  Corning  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  16,  1861 ;  as 
Firs,t  Lieutenant,  May  16,  1862;  mus-- 
tered  out  with  company,  May  22,  1863, 
at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in 
Veteran  Reserve  Corps ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  6,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  15,  1862,  vice  Colby,  resigned. 

KELLOGG,  CYRUS,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  Corning  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany D,  May  16,  1861 ;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, August  i,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  15,  1862;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  22,  1863, 
at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  15,  1862,  vice  Jones,  promoted. 

LOYDON,  MARSHALL  M.,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Cuba  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  May  16,  1861 ;  resigned,  Sep- 
tember 23,  1861,  at  Arlington  Heights, 
Va. ;  subsequent  service  in  I36th  Infan- 
try; commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  original. 

MADILL,  WILLIAM  A.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
May  16,  1861 ;  as  Surgeon,  August  7, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent 
service  in  2Oth  Cavalry;  commissioned 
Assistant  Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  16,  1861,  original;  Sur- 
geon, September  18,  1862,  with  rank 
from  August  7,  1862,  vice  Churchill, 
resigned. 

MAIN,  LUCIEN  B.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Cuba  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  May  16,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  September  23,  1861 ;  mus- 
tered out  with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at 


Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  23,  1861,  with  rank 
from  September  23,  1861,  vice  Cole,  pro- 
moted. 

MANDEVILLE,  MYRON  H.,  age  37 
years ;  enrolled  at  Elmira  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Quartermaster, 
May  16,  1861;  discharged,  January  2, 
1863,  for  promotion  to  Captain  and  As- 
sistant Quartermaster,  U.  S.  Volunteers ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant  and  Quar- 
termaster, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  16,  1861,  original. 

MOWERS,  CORNELIUS  F.,  age  35 
years ;  enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Bath 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  16,  1861 ; 
resigned,  November  28,  1861 ;  subsequent 
service  in  78th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  30,  1861,  original. 

PIERCE,  JOHN  H.,  age  35  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  Waverly  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  E,  May  16,  1861 ;  resigned, 
April  2,  1862,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  6,  1861,  original. 

POWERS,  GEORGE  H.,  age  33  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  Waverly  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  May  16,  1861 ;  discharged,  March 
12,  1863,  at  Alexandria,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  6,  1861,  original. 

PRENTISS,  JOHN,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Hornellsville  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  16,  1861 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  22, 
1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I79th  Infantry;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  9,  1861,  original. 

SCHLICK,  THEODORE,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Bath  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany A,  May  16,  1861 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  22d  Cav- 
alry; commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  April  30,  1861,  original. 

SMITH,  HIRAM  T.,  age  37  years;  en- 
rolled at  Elmira  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Quartermaster-Sergeant, 
May  16,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 


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Company  E,  April  2,  1862 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  13,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  2, 
1862,  vice  Baldwin,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,  not  mustered,  May  8,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  9,  1863,  vice  Bald- 
win, promoted. 

STAMFORD,  GEORGE  B.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Bath  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  May  16,  1861;  promoted  Corpo- 
ral, August  i,  1861;  Sergeant,  May  20, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
October  28,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N. 
Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
November  29,  1862,  with  rank  from  Oc- 
tober 28,  1862,  vice  Tunnicliff,  resigned. 

STEELE,  RODNEY  W.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  as  Cor- 
poral to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May 
16,  1861;  died,  of  typhoid  fever,  Decem- 
ber 7,  1861,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  21,  1861,  original. 

STILWELL,  THOMAS  H.,  late  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  8th  Militia;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  this  regiment,  Sep- 
tember 18,  1862;  mustered  out  with  regi- 
ment, May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  Sep- 
tember 18,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 6,  1862,  vice  Madill,  promoted. 

SULLIVAN,  FLORENCE,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  K,  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  May 
16,  1861;  resigned,  February  21,  1863; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  21,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

TAYLOR,  WILLIAM,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled October  4,  1862,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  October  28,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  22,  1863,  at  El- 
mira, N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  8oth 
Infantry;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, October  14,  1862,  with  rank  of 
same  date,  original. 

THOMPSON,  DUANE,  age  21  years;  en- 
rolled May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira  as  Corpo- 
ral,   Company    K,    to    serve    two    years; 
mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant,  May  16, 
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1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  December 
7,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  February 
21,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  21, 
1862,  with  rank  from  December  7,  1861, 
vice  Steele,  deceased;  First  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  Febru- 
ary 21,  1863,  vice  Sullivan,  resigned. 

TODD,  LUZERNE,age  39  years;  enrolled 
May  6,  1861,  at  Corning  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
D,  May  16,  1861;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N. 
Y.;  subsequent  service  in  86th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  6,  1861,  original. 

TUNNICLIFF,  JOHN  S.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Bath  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  A,  May  16,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  28,  1861;  re- 
signed, October  28,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  December  23,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  12,  1861,  vice 
Biles,  resigned. 

VAN  BENSCHOTEN,  MOSES  M.,  age 
21  years;  enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at 
Owego  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
C,  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  May  16,  1861;  as  Cap- 
tain, February  16,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  22,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  I79th  In- 
fantry; not  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  28, 
1861,  original;  Captain,  March  17,  1863, 
with  rank  from  February  16,  1863,  vice 
Barstow,  resigned. 

WATERS,  ALVAH  B.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  8,  1861,  at  Cortland  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  H,  May  16,  1861;  re- 
signed, October  I,  1861;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  loth  Cavalry;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  8,  1861,  original. 

WILKINSON,  MELVILLE  C,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Elmira 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  May  16,  1861; 
resigned,  November  7,  1861;  subsequent 
service  in  io7th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  6,  1861,  original. 


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TWENTY-FOURTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

O§wego  County  Regiment. 

This  regiment,  Col.  Timothy  Sullivan,  was  accepted  by  the  State  May  17,  1861,  organ- 
ized at  Elmira,  and  there  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States,  for  two  years, 
July  2,  1861,  to  date  from  May  17,  1861.  Its  three  years'  men  were,  in  May,  1863,  trans- 
ferred to  the  76th  N.  Y.  Volunteers. 

The  companies  were  recruited  principally:  A,  B,  C,  F  and  I  at  Oswego;  D  at  Parish; 
E  and  H  at  Fulton;  G  at  Sandy  Creek;  and  K  at  Belleville;  the  men  were  from  Oswego 
county,  except  those  of  Company  K,  who  were  from  Jefferson  county. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  July  2,  1861 ;  served  at  or  near  Washington,  D.  C.,  from 
July  3,  1861 ;  in  Keyes'  Brigade,  Division  of  Potomac,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  same  brigade7, 
McDowell's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  Augur's  Brigade, 
same  division,  from  January,  1862;  in  1st  Brigade,  3d,  King's,  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army 
of  the  Potomac,  from  March,  1862;  in  same  brigade  and  division,  Department  of  Rappa- 
hannock,  Va.,  from  May,  1862;  in  ist  Brigade,  ist  Division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  Virginia, 
from  June  26,  1862;  in  the  1st  Brigade,  ist  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac, 
from  September  12,  1862;  and  it  was  honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  under  Col. 
Samuel  R.  Beardsley,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira. 

Colonel  Wm.  C.  Raulston  received  authority,  August  25,  1863,  to  reorganize  the  regi- 
ment for  three  years'  service;  September  25,  1863,  the  authority  was  modified  to  reorgan- 
ize it  as  the  24th  Regiment,  N.  Y.  Volunteer  Cavalry. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  5  officers,  63  enlisted 
men;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  i  officer,  22  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  i  officer,  30  enlisted  men;  total,  7  officers,  115  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  122;  of 
whom  2  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy ;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following 
engagements,  etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Near  Bailey's  Cross  Roads,  Va  

1861. 
July          25 

i 

i 

Near  Falls'  Church,  Va.  .  .           

Oct.            8 
1862. 
April  17—18 

Aug.           6 
Aug.   16- 
Sept.  2 

Aug.               22 

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va.'.  

1 
8 

3 

89 

20 

2 

57 

23? 

26 
19 

2 

I 
I 

287 

Rappahannock  River  

i 

26 
28 

29 

30 

Sept            i 

Gainesville  

Groveton  

i 

4 

9 
48 

i 

3 
14 

Bull  Run  .  .             .        .    . 

South  Mountain   Md 

14 
17 

I 

2 

Fredericksburg,  Va 

I 

i 

Pollock's  Mill  Creek,  Va  

1863. 
April  29- 
May  2 
May        2-3 

I 

Total  loss  

5 

123 

63 

i 

22 

13 

4 

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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

TIMOTHY  SULLIVAN,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  January  14,  1863. 

SAMUEL  R.  BEARDSLEY,  from  Janu- 
ary 16  to  May  29,  1863. 

Lieutenant- Colonels. 
SAMUEL  R.  BEARDSLEY,  from  May 

17,  1861,  to  January  16,  1863. 
ROBERT  OLIVER,  JR.,  from  January  16 

to  May  29,  1863. 

Majors. 
JONATHAN  TARBELL,  from  May  17  to 

December  16,   1861. 
ANDREW  J.   BARNEY,  from  December 

19,   1861,  to  August  30,    1862. 
ROBERT  OLIVER,  JR.,  from  September 

29,   1862,  to  January   16,   1863. 
MELZER   RICHARDS,  from  January   16 

to  May  29,  1863. 

Adjutants. 
ROBERT    OLIVER,    JR.,    from    May    17, 

1861,  to  September  29,  1862. 
RICHARD  L.  HILL,  from  September  29, 

1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

Quartermaster. 

CHARLES  T.  RICHARDSON,  from  May 
17,  1861,  to  May  29,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

JAMES  B.  MURDOCK,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  May  29,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
LAWRENCE  REYNOLDS,  from  May  17, 

1861,  to  February  26,  1862. 
S.  HIRAM  PLUMB,  from  February  26  to 

November  23,  1862. 
JOHN   D.   HALL,  from  August  25,  1862, 

to  May  29,  1863. 
EDWARD    COOK  WEBB,  from  January 

2  to  May  29,   1863. 

Chaplain. 

MASON  GALLAGHER,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  January  15,  1862. 


OF  COMPANY  A. 

Captains : 
JOHN  D.  O'BRIAN,  from  May  17,  1861, 

to   December  22,   1862. 
JAMES    N.    ROOT,    from    December    23, 

1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

SAMUEL  H.  BROWN,  from  May   17  to 

November  i,  1861. 
DANIEL  C.  HUBBARD,  from  November 

I,  1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 
JAMES    N.    ROOT,    from    August   30   to 

December  23,  1862. 
OWEN    M.    STEVENS,   from   January    i 

to  May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

DANIEL  C.  HUBBARD,  from  May  17  to 
November  i,  1861. 

JAMES  N.  ROOT,  from  April  25  to  Au- 
gust 30,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  ADRIANCE,  from  August 
30,  1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 

Captains: 

EDWARD   M.    PAINE,  from  May  17  to 

August  7,  1861. 
BELLENDEN         HUTCHISON,         from 

August  7,  1861,  to  January  14,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

BELLENDEN  HUTCHISON,  from 
May  17  to  August  7,  1861. 

WILLIAM  L.  YECKLEY,  from  August  7, 
1861,  to  November  25,  1862. 

JOHN  SIDNEY  McNAIR,  from  Novem- 
ber 25,  1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM   L.   YECKLEY,  from   May  17 

to  August  7,  1861. 
JAMES    A.     BROWN,    from    August    7, 

1861,  to  September  21,  1862. 
GALE   B.    KINGSLEY,   from    September 

21,  1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains : 

FRANCIS  C.  MILLER,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  November  4,  1862. 


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JOHN    RATIGAN,    from    September    23, 
1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  RATIGAN,  from  May  i,  1861,  to 

September  23,  1862. 
WILLIAM   S.  MORSE,  from  November 

4,  1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM    L.   PAVY,   from   May   17  to 

October  3,   1861. 
WILLIAM  S.  MORSE,  from  October  3, 

1861,  to  November  4,  1862. 
SIMEON     AUGUSTUS     HOWE,     from 

November  4,  1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
MELZER    RICHARDS,    from    May    17, 

1861,  to  January  16,   1863. 
SEVERIN    BEAULIEU,    from    January 
16  to  May  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
SEVERIN    BEAULIEU,    from    May    17, 

1861,  to  January  16,  1863. 
ANDREW  J,  WHALEY,  from  January 

16  to  May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM  WILLS,  from  May  17,   1861, 

to  January  30,  1862. 
GEORGE  S.  SHAW,  from  February  24  to 

July  9,  1862. 
CHARLES  WIGHTMAN,  from  July  11, 

1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captain: 

ORVILLE  J.  JENNINGS,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  May  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
RICHARD  L.  HILL,  from  May  17,  1861, 

to  September  29,  1862. 
MARCUS  A.  CORY,  from  February  17  to 

May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

TEN  EYCK  G.  PAWLING,  from  May  17, 

1861,  to  August  29,  1862. 

MARCUS    A.    CORY,    from    August    29, 

1862,  to  February  17,  1863. 


NORMAN  G.  COOPER,  from  February 
17  to  May  29,  1863.  • 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

ARCHIBALD  H.  PRESTON,  from  May 

17  to  November  i,  1861. 
SAMUEL    H.    BROWN,    from    November 

i,  1861,  to  February  i,  1863. 
THOMAS   MURRAY,  from    February   I 

to  May  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
PATRICK  CLEARY,  from  May  17,  .1861, 

to  November  19,  1862. 
THOMAS  MURRAY,  from  November  20, 

1862,  to  February  I,  1863. 
DANIEL    MORRISSEY,     from    February 

i  to  May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
THOMAS  MURRAY,  from  May  17,  1861, 

to  November  20,  1862. 
JOHN  R.  FENDER,  from  November  19, 

1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captain: 

WILLIAM  D.  FERGUSON,  from  May 
17,  1861,  to  May  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenant: 

CALVIN  P.  BURCH,  from  May  17,  1861, 
to  May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  B.  CORSE,  from  May  17,  1861, 
to  May  23,  1862. 

JOHN  SIDNEY  McNAIR,  from  April 
21  to  November  25,  1862. 

ALEXANDER  R.  PENFIELD,  from  No- 
vember 22,  1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captain: 

ALBERT  TAYLOR,  from  May  17,  1861, 
to  May  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenant: 

HENRY  SANDHOVEL,  from  May  17, 
1861,  to  May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenant: 

EDSON  D.  GOIT,  from  May  17,  1861,  to 
May  29,  1863. 


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OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 
LEVI  BEARDSLEY,  from  May  17,  1861, 

to  November  25,  1862. 

WILLIAM  L.  YECKLEY,  from  Novem- 
ber 25,  1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

THEODORE  DALRYMPLE,  from  May 
17,  1861,  to  April  21,  1862. 

HENRY  B.  CORSE,  from  May  23  to  Au- 
gust 30,  1862. 

DUNCAN  McDOUGALD  CAMPBELL, 
from  August  30,  1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
NORMAN  HOLLEY,  from  May  17,  1861, 

to  January  27,    1862. 
DUNCAN    McDOUGALD   CAMPBELL, 

from  March  29  to  August  30,  1862. 
STEPHEN  J.  SCRIBER,  from  August  30, 

1862,  to  May  29,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 

ANDREW  J.  BARNEY,  from  May  17  to 

December  19,  1861. 
JOHN  P.  BUCKLEY,  from  December  19, 

1 86 1,  to  August  30,  1862. 
AUGUSTUS  PHILLIPS,  from  August  30, 

1862,  to  March  20,  1863. 

SIMON  V.  ODEKIRK,  from  March  21  to 
May  29,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  P.  BUCKLEY,  from  May  17  to  De- 
cember 19,  1861. 

JONATHAN  R.  AYER,  from  January  11, 
1862,  to  January  16,  1863. 

SIMON  V.  ODEKIRK,  from  January  17 
to  March  21,  1863. 

THERON  W.  HAIGHT,  from  March  21 
to  May  29,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JONATHAN    R.    AYER,    from    May    17, 

1861,  to  January   n,   1862. 
AUGUSTUS     PHILLIPS,     from     January 

27  to  August  30,  1862. 
SIMON    V.    ODEKIRK,    from    August   30, 

1862,  to  January   17,   1863. 

THERON  W.   HAIGHT,   from  January  17 

to  March  21,   1863. 
GEORGE   W.    FELT,    from    March    21    to 

May    13,    1863. 


OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR  AP- 
POINTED BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE  GRADES 

NAMED. 

LOWE,  URIAH   S.,  as   Paymaster. 

McNAIR,   JOHN    SIDNEY,   as    Captain. 

KINGSLEY,  GALE  B.,  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant. 

BREVET  COMMISSION  OF  NEW  YORK  VOL- 
UNTEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR 
TO  AN  ENLISTED  MAN  AS  FOLLOWS  : 

RULISON,  LEWIS,  Private,  Company  D, 
Second  Lieutenant. 

Records  of  the  Officers. 

ADRIANCE,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  I,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted 
Sergeant-Major,  June  I,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A, 
August  30,  1862;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 14,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  30, 
1862,  vice  James  N.  Root,  promoted. 

AYER,  JONATHAN  R.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  Ellisburgh  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  17,  1861 ; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  January  n,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va. ;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  January  16,  1863;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original; 
First  Lieutenant,  January  27,  1862,  with 
rank  from  December  19,  1861,  vice  J.  P. 
Buckley,  promoted. 

BARNEY,  ANDREW  J.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  Belleville  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  K,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  Major, 
December  19,  1861 ;  killed  in  action,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original;  Major,  Janu- 
ary 3,  1862,  with  rank  from  December 
19,  1861,  vice  Jonathan  Tarbell,  resigned. 

BEARDSLEY,  LEVI,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany I,  May  17,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  dis- 
charged for  disability,  November  25, 


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1862;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original. 

BEARDSLEY,  SAMUEL  R.,  age  45 
years;  enrolled  May  16,  1861,  at  Oswego 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel, May  17,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  29,  1862,  at  Groveton, 
Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Colonel,  January  16, 
1863 ;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
29,  1863,  at  Elmsra,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  16,  1861,  original;  Colo- 
nel, February  n,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  16,  1863,  vice  Timothy  Sullivan, 
resigned. 

BEAULIEU,  SEVERIN,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  Parish  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  May  17,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va.,  and  September  14,  1862,  at  South 
Mountain,  Md. ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
January  16,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  4,   1861,  orig- 
inal ;   Captain,  March  17,   1863,  with  rank 
from  January  16,  1863,  vice  Melzer  Rich- 
ards,  promoted. 

BROWN,  JAMES  A.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  23,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  7,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va. ;  died  of  his  wounds,  September  21, 

1862,  at  Carver  Hospital,  Washington,  D. 
C. ;      commissioned      Second      Lieutenant, 
September  25,   1861,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust   7,    1861,    vice    William    L.    Yeckley, 
promoted. 

BROWN,  SAMUEL  H.,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  F,  November  i,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, February  I,  1863;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  l84th  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  April  24,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
April  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  November 
i,  1861,  vice  A.  H.  Preston,  resigned. 

BUCKLEY,  JOHN  P.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Belleville  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 


tenant, Company  K,  May  17,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  December  19,  1861 ;  killed  in 
action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  orig- 
inal; Captain,  January  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  19,  1861,  vice  A.  J.  Bar- 
ney, promoted. 

BURCH,  CALVIN  P.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Orwell  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  May  17,  1861;  wounded  and 
captured  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  exchanged  and  returned 
to  duty,  December  18,  1862 ;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  24th  Cavalry ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

CAMPBELL,  DUNCAN  McDOUGALD, 
age  38  years;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at 
Oswego  to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in 
as  Sergeant,  Company  I,  May  17,  1861 ; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  July  31,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
29,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  August  30, 
1862;  wounded  and  captured  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  paroled 
and  returned  to  regiment,  March  12,  1863 ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  29,  1863 ; 
subsequent  service  in  I5th  Cavalry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  21, 

1862,  with    rank    from    January   30,    1862, 
vice  William  Wills,  dismissed;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, October   14,   1862,  with  rank  from 
August  30,    1862,  vice   Henry  B.   Corse, 
killed  in  action. 

CLEARY,  PATRICK,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  5,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  F,  May  17,  1861 ;  wounded 
and  captured  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va. ;  reported  at  Camp  Parole, 
Md.,  September  30,  1862;  resigned,  No- 
vember 19,  1862;  subsequent  service  in 
U.  S.  Veteran  Volunteers;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

COOPER,  NORMAN  G.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Red  Creek  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany E,  May  17,  1861 ;  wounded  and  cap- 
tured in  action,  August  29,  1862,  at  Grove- 
ton,  Va. ;  paroled,  September  4,  1862,  at 


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Gainsville,  Va.;  joined  the  regiment,  De- 
cember 17,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  February  17,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  29,  1863,  at 
Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  17,  1863,  with  rank  from 
September  29,  1862,  vice  M.  A.  Cory,  pro- 
moted. 

CORSE,  HENRY  B.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Sandy  Creek  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  17,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  May 
23,  1862;  killed  in  action,  August  30, 

1862,  at    Bull    Run,   Va.;    commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,   July   4,    1861,   with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original;   First 
Lieutenant,    May    13,    1862,    with    rank 
from    April    21,     1862,    vice    Theodore 
Dalrymple,  deceased. 

CORY,  MARCUS  A.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Fulton  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
E,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  No- 
vember 30,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  29,  1862 ;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  17,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  24th  Cavalry ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  October 
14,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  29,  1862, 
vice  Ten  Eyck  G.  Pawling,  killed  in 
action;  First  Lieutenant,  February  17, 

1863,  with  rank  from  September  29,   1862, 
vice  Richard  L.   Hill,  appointed  Adjutant. 

DALRYMPLE,  THEODORE,  age  25  years ; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  May  17,  1861 ;  died,  of 
chronic  rheumatism,  April  21,  1862,  at 
Alexandria,  Va.;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  10,  1861,  original. 

FELT,  GEORGE  W.,  age  22  years ;  enrolled 
September  25,  1861,  at  Adams  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  K,  September  27,  1861;  re- 
turned to  ranks,  no  date;  promoted  Ser- 
geant, November  I,  1862 ;  First  Ser- 
geant, February  17,  1863;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  March  21,  1863; 
transferred  to  76th  Infantry,  May  13, 
1863;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
May  8,  1863,  with  rank  from  March  20, 
1863,  vice  Theron  W.  Haight,  promoted. 


FENDER,  JOHN  R.,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
May  9,  1861,  at  Hannibal  to  serve  two 
years ;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
I,  May  17,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
January  30,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  F,  November  19, 
1862 ;  mustered  out  with  company,  May  29, 
1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  enrolled  at 
Oswego  to  serve  one  year,  and  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  K,  9th  Regiment. 
U.  S.  Veteran  Volunteer  Infantry,  April 
12,  1865;  mustered  out,  April  n,  1866,  at 
Indianapolis,  Ind.;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  December  13,  1862,  with 
rank  from  November  19,  1862,  vice 
Thomas  Murray,  promoted. 

FERGUSON,  WILLIAM  D.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Sandy  Creek  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  G,  May  17,  1861 ;  wounded  in 
action,  September  14,  1862,  at  South 
Mountain,  Md. ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
subsequent  service  in  :84th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

GALLAGHER,  MASON,  age  40  years ;  en- 
rolled May  16,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  May 
17,  1861;  resigned,  January  15,  1862; 
commissioned  Chaplain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

GOIT,  EDSON  D.,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
May  9,  1861,  at  Fulton  to  serve  two  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,  May  17,  1861 ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  friom  May  9,  1861,  original. 

HAIGHT,  THERON  W.,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Pierrepont  Manor 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  K,  May  17,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  January  i,  1862;  captured 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va. ;  paroled,  September  5,  1862,  at  Centre- 
ville,  Va.;  promoted  First  Sergeant,  No- 
vember i,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  17,  1863;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  March  21,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, February  n,  1863,  with  rank  from 
January  16,  1863,  vice  Simon  V.  Odekirk, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  May  8,  1863, 


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with  rank  from  March  20,  1863,  vice 
Simon  V.  Odekirk,  promoted. 

HALL,  JOHN  D.,  age  40  years;  enrolled 
August  16,  1862,  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years;  mustered  in  as  Assistant 
Surgeon,  August  25,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
August  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 
1 6,  1862,  original. 

HILL,  RICHARD  L.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Fulton  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  E,  May  17,  1861;  as 
Adjutant,  September  29,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  29,  1863,  at  El- 
mira, N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  24th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  4,  1861, 
original;  Adjutant,  January  22,  1863, 
with  rank  from  September  29,  1862,  vice 
Robert  Oliver,  Jr.,  promoted. 

HOLLEY,  NORMAN,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  May  17,  1861;  re- 
signed, January  27,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  10,  1861,  original. 

HOWE,  SIMEON  AUGUSTUS,  age  21 
years;  enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  May  17,  1861;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  December  i,  1861;  First 
Sergeant,  September  23,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  November  4, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.;  subsequent 
service  in  9th  Artillery;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  24,  1862, 
with  rank  from  September  23,  1862,  vice 
W.  S.  Morse,  promoted. 

HUBBARD,  DANIEL  C,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  24,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  May  17,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  November  i,  1861; 
killed  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull 
Run,  Va.;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
April  24,  1861,  original;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, April  17,  1862,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember i,  1861,  vice  S.  H.  Brown,  pro- 
moted. 


HUTCHISON,  BELLENDEN,  age  3. 
years;  enrolled  May  I,  1861,  at  Oswego 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  17,  1861; 
as  Captain,  August  7,  1861;  dismissed, 
March  21,  1863;  dismissal  revoked,  and 
honorably  discharged  upon  tender  of  his 
resignation,  to  date  January  14,  1863 ;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original; 
Captain,  September  25,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  7,  1861,  vice  E.  M.  Paine, 
resigned. 

JENNINGS,  ORVILLE  J.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  Fulton  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany E,  May  17,  1861;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va., 
and  April  29,  1863,  at  Rappahannock 
Crossing,  Va.;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  4,  1861,  original. 

KINGSLEY,  GALE  B.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  B,  May  17,  1861;  promo.ted 
First  Sergeant,  August  7,  1861 ;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  September  21, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 
29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  October  14,  1862, 
with  rank  from  August  29,  1862,  vice  J. 
A.  Brown,  died,  of  wounds  received  in 
action;  First  Lieutenant,  not  mustered, 
May  8,  1863,  with  rank  from  March  21, 
1863,  vice  J.  S.  McNair,  promoted. 

LOWE,  URIAH  S.;  enrolled  to  serve  two 
years,  and  appointed  Paymaster  in  April, 
1861;  not  mustered  in  the  United  States 
service,  and  out  May  17,  1861;  see  27th 
Infantry;  subsequent  service  in  I45th 
Infantry;  not  commissioned. 

McNAIR,  JOHN  SIDNEY,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  May  17,  1861;  promoted  Corpo- 
ral, November  I,  1861;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  April 
21,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  September 
17,  1862,  at  Antietam,  Md.;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  No- 
vember 25,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N. 
Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 


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May  13,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  21, 
1862,  vice  Henry  B.  Corse,  promoted; 
First  Lieutenant,  December  13,  1862, 
with  rank  from  November  25,  1862,  vice 
William  L.  Yeckley,  promoted;  Captain, 
not  mustered,  May  8,  1863,  with  rank 
from  March  21,  1863,  vice  B.  Hutchison, 
discharged. 

MILLER,  FRANCIS  C,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany C,  May  17,  1861;  discharged,  No- 
vember 4,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Major, 
I47th  Infantry;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  i,  1861, 
original. 

MORRISSEY,  DANIEL,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  May  17,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  February  i,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  29,  1863,  at  El- 
mira,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  13,  1863,  with  rank 
from  February  i,  1863,  vice  Thomas 
Murray,  promoted. 

MORSE,  WILLIAM  S.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  May  17,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  October  3,  1861;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  November  4,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  29,  1863,'  at  El- 
mira,  N.  Y.;  subsequent  service  in  i84th 
Infantry;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  23,  1861,  with  rank 
from  October  3,  1861,  vice  William  L. 
Pavy,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Sep- 
tember 23,  1862,  vice  John  Ratigan,  pro- 
moted. 

MURDOCK,  JAMES  B.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  May  16,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sur- 
geon, May  17,  1861;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

MURRAY,  THOMAS,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 


two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  May  17,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  August  29,  1862,  at 
Groveton,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  November  20,  1862;  as  Cap- 
tain, February  i,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7, 

1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 13,  1862,  with  rank  from  November 
19,  1862,  vice  P.  Cleary,  resigned;   Cap- 
tain, February  13,  1863,  with  rank  from 
February  i,  1863,  vice  S.  H.  Brown,  re- 
signed. 

O'BRIAN,  JOHN  D.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany A,  May  17,  1861 ;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, September  17,  1862,  at  Antietam, 
Md.,  and  leg  amputated;  discharged  for 
disability  from  wounds,  December  22, 
1862;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volunteers,  by  bre- 
vet; Major,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet, 
from  March  13,  1865 ;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  April 
24,  1861,  original. 

ODEKIRK,  SIMON  V.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Belleville  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Ser- 
geant, Company  K,  May  17,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at 
Bull  Run,  Va. ;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  August  30,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  January  17,  1863 ;  as  Captain, 
March  21,  1863 ;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Octo- 
ber 14,  1862,  with  rank  from  August  30, 

1862,  vice    A.    Phillips,    promoted ;    First 
Lieutenant,    February   6,    1863,    with    rank 
from  January    16,    1863,   vice  J.    R.   Ayer, 
resigned ;  Captain,  May  8,  1863,  with  rank 
from    March    20,    1863,    vice    A.    Phillips, 
dismissed. 

OLIVER,  JR.,  ROBERT,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  16,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Adjutant, 
May  17,  1861 ;  as  Major,  September  29, 
1862;  as  Lieutenant-Colonel,  January  16, 
1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment,  May 
29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
Adjutant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  16,  1861,  original;  Major,  beptem- 


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vice  Andrew  J.  Barney,  killed  in  action; 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  February  n,  1863, 
with  rank  from  January  16,  1863,  vice  S. 
R.  Beardsley,  promoted. 

PAINE,  EDWARD  M.,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany B,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned,  August 
7,  1861 ;  subsequent  service  in  io6th  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  I,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

PAVY,  WILLIAM  L.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  C,  May  17,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, October  3,  1861 ;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  U.  S.  Navy;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

PAWLING,  TEN  EYCK  G.,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  Fulton 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  May  17, 
1861 ;  killed  in  action,  August  29,  1862, 
at  Groveton,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  4,  1861,  original. 

PENFIELD,  ALEXANDER  R.,  age  20 
years;  enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  May  17,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  September  I,  1862 ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
G,  November  22,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
subsequent  service  in  I47th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 13,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 25,  1862,  vice  J.  S.  McNair,  pro- 
moted. 

PHILLIPS,  AUGUSTUS,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  to  serve  two  years ; 
mustered  in  as  Sergeant-Major,  May  17, 
1861 ;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany K,  January  27,  1862 ;  mustered  in 
as  Captain,  August  30,  1862;  dismissed, 
March  20,  1863;  subsequent  service  in 


i84th  Infantry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  27,  1862,  with  rank 
from  December  19,  1861,  vice  J.  R.  Ayer, 
promoted;  Captain,  October  14,  1862, 
with  rank  from  August  30,  1862,  vice  J. 
P.  Buckley,  killed  in  action. 
PLUMB,  S.  HIRAM,  age  43  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  two  years,  and  mustereu 
in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  February  26, 
1862;  mustered  out,  November  23,  1862, 
for  promotion  to  Surgeon,  82d  Infantry; 
commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon,  March 
21,  1862,  with  rank  from  February  26, 

1862,  vice   L.    Reynolds,   resigned. 
PRESTON,     ARCHIBALD     H.,     age     39 

years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Oswego 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  F,  May  17,  1861 ;  resigned, 
November  I,  1861 ;  Major,  N.  Y.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet;  subsequent  service  in 
I93d  Infantry;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7,  1861, 
original. 

RATIGAN,  JOHN,  age  31  years;  enrolled 
at  Oswego  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
C,  May  i,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Captain,  September  23,  1802; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  29, 

1863,  at    Elmira,    N.     Y. ;    commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,   July  4,    1861,   with   rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original;  Captain,  No- 
vember 24,  1862,  with  rank  from  Septem- 
ber 23,   1862,  vice   F.   C.    Miller,  resigned. 

REYNOLDS,  LAWRENCE,  age  50  years; 
enrolled  May  16,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  May  17,  1861 ;  discharged, 
February  26,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Sur- 
geon, 63d  Infantry;  commissioned  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  July  4,  1861,  with  ranK 
from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

RICHARDS,  MELZER,  age  38  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Parish  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany D,  May  17,  1861 ;  wounded  in  ac- 
tion, August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va., 
and  September  14,  1862,  at  South  Moun- 
tain, Md. ;  mustered  in  as  Major,  Janu- 


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ary  16,  1863;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subse- 
quent service  in  24th  Cavalry;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  4,  1861,  original;  Major,  Feb- 
ruary II,  1863,  with  rank  from  January 
1 6,  1863,  vice  R.  Oliver,  Jr.,  promoted. 

RICHARDSON,  CHARLES  T.,  age  30 
years;  enrolled  May  6,  1861,  at  Uswego 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Quar- 
termaster, May  17,  1861 ;  mustered  out 
with  regiment,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

ROOT,  JAMES  N.,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
April  24,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Company 
A,  May  17,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
April  25,  1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 30,  1862;  as  Captain,  December  23, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 

29,  1863,    at    Elmira,    N.    Y. ;    subsequent 
service   in    i84th    Infantry;    commissioned 
Second    Lieutenant,   April    17,    1862,   with 
rank  from  November  i,  1861,  vice  D.  C. 
Hubbard,     promoted;     First     Lieutenant, 
October  14,  1862,  with  rank  from  August 

30,  1862,    vice    D.    C.    Hubbard,    killed   in 
action;   Captain,  December  29,   1862,  with 
rank  from  December  23,  1862,  vice  J.  D. 
O'Brian,  resigned. 

SANDHQVEL,  HENRY,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Fulton  to  serve 
two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  H,  May  17,  1861 ;  wounded 
in  action,  August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va. ;  mustered  out  with  company,  May 

29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,    1861,  with  rank 
from   May  9,   1861,  original. 

SCRIBER,  STEPHEN  J.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at  Hinmanville  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  H,  May  17,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  August 

30,  1862;    mustered    out    with    company, 
May  29,   1863,  at   Elmira,   N.   Y.;   subse- 
quent   service    in     i84th    Infantry;    com- 
missioned    Second     Lieutenant,     October 
14,    1862,    with    rank    from    August    30, 


1862,  vice  Duncan  McD.  Campbell, 
promoted. 

SHAW,  GEORGE  S.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled and  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  February  24,  1862; 
mustered  out,  July  9,  1862,  for  promotion 
to  Captain  and  Aide-de-Camp,  U.  S. 
Volunteers;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, February  28,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  24,  1862,  vice  N.  Holley,  re- 
signed. 

STEVENS,  ORREN  M.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled April  24,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany A,  May  17,  1861;  captured  in  action, 
August  29,  1862,  at  Groveton,  Va. ; 
paroled  at  Charlestown,  W.  Va.,  September 
3,  1862;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
January  I,  1863;  mustered  out  with  com- 
pany, May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 29,  1862,  with  rank  from  December 
23,  1862,  vice  J.  N.  Root,  promoted. 

SULLIVAN,  TIMOTHY,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  May  16,  1861,  at  Oswego  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Colonel, 
May  17,  1861;  resigned,  January  14,  1863; 
commissioned  Colonel,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

TARBELL,  JONATHAN,  age  42  years; 
enrolled  May  16,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Major,  May  17, 
1861;  resigned,  December  16,  1861;  sub- 
sequent service  in  gist  Infantry;  commis- 
sioned Major,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  16,  1861,  original. 

TAYLOR,  ALBERT,  age  44  years;  en- 
rolled May  9,  1861,  at  Fulton  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
H,  May  17,  1861;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N. 
Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  24th  Cavalry; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  9,  1861,  original. 

WEBB,  EDWARD  COOK,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  December  24,  1862,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Assist- 
ant Surgeon,  January  2,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  May  29,  1863,  at 
Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  5th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, December  27,  1862,  with  rank  of 


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same  date,  vice  S.  H.  Plumb,  mustered 
out. 

WHALEY,  ANDREW  J.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  Amboy  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  May  17,  1861;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  16,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  24th 
Cavalry;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
March  17,  1863,  with  rank  from  January 
16,  1863,  vice  Severin  Beaulieu,  promoted. 

WIGHTMAN,  CHARLES,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  4,  1861,  at  Parish  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  May  17,  1861;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  n,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  29,  1863,  at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ; 
subsequent  service  in  24th  Cavalry;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  31, 
1863,  with  rank  from  July  9,  1862,  vice 
G.  S.  Shaw,  promoted  Captain  and  Aide- 
de-Camp,  U.  S.  Volunteers. 


WILLS,  WILLIAM,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  4,  1861,  at  Hastings  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  D,  May  17,  1861;  dis- 
missed, January  30,  1862;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  4,  1861,  original. 

YECKLEY,  WILLIAM  L.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Oswego  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  May  17,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1861;  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  I,  November  25,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  29,  1863, 
at  Elmira,  N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in 
I93d  Infantry;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  I,  1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant, 
September  25,  1861,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 7,  1861,  vice  Bellenden  Hutchinson, 
promoted;  Captain,  December  13,  1862, 
with  rank  from  November  25,  1862,  vice 
Levi  Beardsley,  resigned. 


TWENTY-FIFTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Union  Rangers;  Kerrigan  Rangers. 

This  regiment,  Col.  James  E.  Kerrigan,  was  accepted  by  the  State  May  n,  1861 ; 
organized  at  Staten  Island,  and  there  mustered  in  the  service  of  the  United  States  for 
two  years  June  26,  1861.  The  companies  were  recruited  in  New  York  city;  Company  A 
was  also  known  as  the  Tenth  Ward  Rangers,  and  Company  D  as  the  Eighth  Ward 
Rangers.  June  19,  1863,  the  three  years'  men  of  the  regiment  were  assigned  to  the  New 
York  Battalion  of  Volunteers,  but,  June  23,  1863,  they  were  transferred  to  the  44th  N. 
Y.  Volunteers. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  July  3,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C, 
from  July  5,  1861 ;  in  McCunn's  Brigade,  Army  of  Northeastern  Virginia,  from  July  21, 
1861 ;  in  Hunter's  Brigade,  Division  of  Potomac,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Butterfield's 
Brigade,  Porter's  Division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  Martindale's 
Brigade,  same  division,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  January,  1862;  in  same  brigade  and 
division,  3d  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  March,  1862;  in  1st  Brigade,  ist  Divi- 
sion, 5th  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  May,  1862;  and  was  honorably  discharged 
and  mustered  out,  under  Col.  Charles  A.  Johnson,  July  10,  1863,  at  New  York  city. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  5  officers,  35  enlisted 
men ;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  4  officers,  18  enlisted  men ;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  3  officers,  25  enlisted  men;  total,  12  officers,  78  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  90;  of 
whom  i  officer  and  2  enlisted  men  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in 
the  following  engagements,  etc. : 


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PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

•a 

In  0) 

?£ 

H 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Fall's  Church,  Va  

1861. 
Aug.           7 
27 
Sept.         14 

i 
i 

Major  Nutt's  Farm,  Va  

Ball's  Cross  Road,  Va  

Ball's  Cross  Road,  Va  

i 

Siege  of  Yorktown,  Va  

1862. 
April  5- 
May  4 
April           5 
May          27 
June  25- 
July  2 
June         26 

Warwick  and  Yorktown  Road  

Hanover  Court  House  

'  4 

24 

i 

8 

]     ? 

2 

j 

63 
33 

6 

i 
i 

So 
30 

13 

158 
8s 

19 

Seven  Days'  Battle,  Va  

Mechanicsville  

Gaines  Mill  

27 
3° 
July           i 
Aug.  27- 
Sept.  2 
Aug.         30 

i 

9 

2 

5 

Malvern  Cliff  

Malvern  Hill  

i 

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

Bull  Run  

Antietam,  Md  

Sept.         17 

Near  Shepherdstown,  Va  

20 
Nov.           2 

9 

i 

12 

I 

Snicker's  Gap,  Va  

Hartwood  Church,  Va  

Dec.            i 

Fredericksburg,  Va  

11-15 
30-31 
1863. 
May        1-3 

3 

40 

Richards'  Ford,  Va  

Chancellorsville,  Va  

3 

i 

Loss  on  picket  and  other  minor  affairs  

i 

Total  loss  

35 

5 

4 

iS 

II 

138 

3 

107 

321 

OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

JAMES  E.  KERRIGAN,  from  June  28, 
1 86 1,  to  March  6,  1862. 

CHARLES  A.  JOHNSON,  from  Febru- 
ary 21,  1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

Lieutenant-Colonels. 
EDMUND    C.    CHARLES,    from   June    28 

to   October  4,    1861. 
CHARLES    A.    JOHNSON,   from   October 

4,    1861,  to   February  21,    1862. 
HENRY    F.    SAVAGE,    from    April    17   to 

September    12,    1862. 
EDWIN    S.    GILBERT,    from     Septemoer 

12,  1862,  to  February  22,  1863. 

Majors. 
GEORGE   MOUNTJOY,    from   May   21   to 

July  20,   1861. 
HENRY  F.   SAVAGE,  from  July  20,  1861, 

to  April   17,    1862. 
EDWIN    S.    GILBERT,    from   April    17  to 

September    12,    1862. 
SHEPARD    GLEASON,    from    September 

12,  1862,  to  June  17,  1863. 
PATRICK  CONNELLY,   from   May   n   to 

July  10,   1863. 


Adjutants. 

HENRY    F.    SAVAGE,    from    June   26   to 

July  20,    l86l. 
ARCHIBALD      H.      FERGUSON,      from 

July  20  to   November  i,  1861. 
OLIVER      CLEVELAND      HOUGHTON, 

from  November  I,   1861,  to  February  23, 

1863. 

Quartermasters. 

WILLIAM  HENESLY  COOK,  from  June 

26  to  November  26,   1861. 
JAMES    NICHOLSON,,    from    November 

26,  1861,  to  July  10,   1863. 

Surgeons. 

SAMUEL    N.    FISKE,    from    June    28    to 

December    n,    1861. 
HILAND   A.    WEED,    from   December    12, 

1861,  to  July  10,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 

CORNELIUS   B.  O'LEARY,  from  July  31 

to  November   i,   1861. 
DANIEL    H.    MURPHY,    from    December 

12,   1861,  to   March  21,    1862. 
JAMES    C.    O'NEIL,    from    March    29    to 

September    12,    1862. 


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WARREN  A.  TALLMADGE,  from  Sep- 
tember 10  to  November  30,  1862. 

ISAAC  L.  WELCH,  from  December  16, 
1862,  to  April  24,  1863. 

LUTHER  PHILLIPS,  from  December  26, 
1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 

MICHAEL  HOLLY,  from  June  14  to  Au- 
gust 10,  1861. 
ROBERT    JOHNSTON,    from    August    10 

to  November  7,  1861. 

SHEPARD  GLEASON,  from  December 
I,  1861,  to  September  12,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  JOHNSTON,  from  June  14  to 
August  10,  1861. 

JAMES  DEVOY,  from  August  16  to  No- 
vember i,  1861. 

SAMUEL  STOCKING,  from  November  i, 
1861,  to  July  20,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES  DEVOY,  from  June  14  to  Au- 
gust 16,  1861. 

ROBERT  McGLINN,  from  August  10  to 
November  i,  1861. 

BENJAMIN  F.  HARRIS,  from  Novem- 
ber i  to  November  7,  1861. 

JOHN  D.  REYNOLDS,  from  November 
7,  1861,  to  January  24,  1862. 

JOHN  G.  VAN  DERZEE,  from  March  28 
to  May  28,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 

WALSTEIN  G.  SMITH,  from  June  13 
to  November  23,  1861. 

EDWIN  S.  GILBERT,  from  November  23, 
1861,  to  April  17,  1862. 

EGBERT  OLCOTT,  from  April  17  to  Au- 
gust 23,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 
WILLIAM    FAY,    from   June    13,    1861,    to 

August  31,   1862    (dropped   November  26, 

1861). 
EGBERT    OLCOTT,    from    November    21, 

1861,  to  April  17,  1862. 
JOHN    S.    GRAHAM,    from    April    17    to 

June  27,   1862. 


EPHRAIM  STEWART,  from  November 
25,  1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants : 

JAMES  EDGEWORTH,  from  June  13  to 
July  i,  1861. 

GEORGE  KERRIGAN,  from  July  i  to 
November  23,  1861. 

THOMAS  E.  BISHOP,  from  November 
23,  1861,  to  January  8,  1862. 

THOMAS  P.  THOMPSON,  from  May  12 
to  May  27,  1862. 

DAVID  McKINLEY,  from  May  27  to  Oc- 
tober 27,  1862. 

NORMAN  HARE,  from  November  28, 
1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

MICHAEL    McMAHON,    from    June    13, 

1861,  to  May  27,  1862. 

THOMAS    E.    BISHOP,    from    May    27, 

1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

PATRICK  CONNELLY,  from  June  13  to 
November  7,  1861. 

WILLARD  W.  BATES,  from  November 
7,  1861,  to  January  20,  1862. 

EDWIN  L.  REED,  from  May  11  to  Oc- 
tober n,  1862. 

TERENCE  COOK,  from  October  12,  1862, 
to  July  10,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  BARTINE,  from  Jun,e  13.  to 
July  2,  1861. 

JAMES  McKENNA,  from  July  3  to  No- 
vember 2,  1861. 

EDWIN  L.  REED,  from  November  i, 
1861,  to  May  n,  1862. 

TERENCE  COOK,  from  July  21  to  Oc- 
tober 12,  1862. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 

MICHAEL    NORTON,    from    June    14    to 

November  7,  1861. 
PATRICK    CONNELLY,    from    November 

7,   1861,  to  May   n,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

CYRUS  SHAY,  from  June  14  to  June 
20,  1861. 


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THEODORE  ALLEN,  from  June  20  to 
August  2,  1 86 1. 

JAMES  EDGEWORTH,  from  August  3 
to  November  22,  1861. 

CORNELIUS  P.  MOORE,  from  Novem- 
ber 27,  1861,  to  January  10,  1862. 

WILLIAM  H.  GREENE,  from  January 
10  to  October  13,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
THEODORE    ALLEN,    from    June    14    to 

June  20,   1861. 
JAMES    EDGEWORTH,    from   July    i    to 

August   3,    1861. 
EPENETUS    PLATT,    from    August    3    to 

November    27,    1861. 
THOMAS    COGLAN,    from    January    8    to 

June    17,    1862. 
CHARLES   A.   MACREA,   from  June   17, 

1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 

ALEXANDER  L.  GRAHAM,  from  June 
14  to  August  2,  1861. 

NATHAN  T.  LEE,  from  August  2  to  No- 
vember 27,  1861. 

THOMAS  P.  ABBOTT,  from  November 
27,  1861,  to  June  21,  1862. 

WESLEY  W.  CONNER,  from  June  21, 
1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

THOMAS  P.  ABBOTT,  from  June  14  to 

November  27,  1861. 
ALBERT  W.  PRESTON,  from  November 

22,  1861,  to  January  i,  1862. 
WESLEY  W.  CONNER,  from  January  4 

to  June  21,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

NATHAN  T.  LEE,  from  June  14  to  Au- 
gust 2,  1861. 

CORNELIUS  P.  MOORE,  from  August 
2  to  November  27,  1861. 

WESLEY  W.  CONNER,  from  November 
27,  1861,  to  January  4,  1862. 

RICHARD  ESSELSTYNE,  from  April  3 
to  May  31,  1862. 

PATRICK  R.  BURNS,  from  October  27, 
1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 


OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

THOMAS  J.  DOREMUS,  from  June  13 
to  July  29,  1861. 

ROBERT  STURGEON,  from  July  —  to 
November  I,  1861. 

ARCHIBALD  H.  FERGUSON,  from  No- 
vember i,  1861,  to  June  28,  1862. 

JAMES  S.  GRAHAM,  from  June  27,  1862, 
to  July  10,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

ROBERT  STURGEON,  from  June  13  to 
July  — ,  1861. 

JAMES  BARCLAY,  from  July  —  to  No- 
vember i,  1861. 

CHARLES  W.  HEATH,  from  November 
i,  1861,  to  July  18,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JAMES  BARCLAY,  from  June  13  to  July 

— ,  1861. 
CHARLES   J.    McCORMICK,   from  July 

—  to  November  i,  1861. 
JAMES  S.  GRAHAM,  from  November  i, 

1861,  to  April  17,  1862. 

MICHAEL    TIERNEY,    from    April    17, 

1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
THOMAS   WALLACE,  from  June  26  to 

October  23,  1861. 
JOHN    HOWARD    ACKERMAN,    from 

November  i  to  December  23,  1861. 
ALBERT  W.  PRESTON,  from  January  i 

to  September  22,  1862. 
JOHN   G.   VAN   DERZEE,   from  August 

n,  1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  O'NEIL,  from  May  11  to  June 
26,  1861. 

FRANK  WEBB,  from  June  26  to  Septem- 
ber 4,  1861. 

WALTER  I.  BURKE,  from ,  to  No- 
vember i,  1861. 

HENRY  W.  SALISBURY,  from  Novem- 
ber i,  1861,  to  January  10,  1862. 

GEORGE  E.  FISKE,  from  December  23, 
1861,  to  May  27,  1862. 

JOHN  G.  VAN  DERZEE,  from  May  28 
to  August  II,  1862. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 
ALLEN  BARCLAY,  from  June  26  to 

November  14,  1861. 
GEORGE  E.  FISKE,  from  November  22 

to  December  23,   1861. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 

DANIEL    McMANUS,    from    June    26    to 

August  2,   1861. 
THOMAS  W.  MAXWELL,  from  August 

i,  1861,  to  October  n,  1862. 

First  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD     A.     WILLOUGHBY,     from 

June  26  to   November  i,   1861. 
OLIVER    CLEVELAND    HOUGHTON, 

November  i,  1861. 
WASHINGTON     B.     FAIRMAN,     from 

November  22,  1861,  to  June  30,  1862. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  M.  THEALL,  from  June  26 

to   October  i,   1861. 
JOHN    W.    SIBELL,    from    November    i, 

1861,  to  June  14,   1862. 

JAMES  J.  BRUCE,  from  June  14,  1862, 
to  July  10,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 

WILLIAM  C.  COVER,  from  June  26  to 
November  5,  1861. 

ALEXANDER  W.  SHAW,  from  Novem- 
ber 5,  1861,  to  January  4,  1862. 

WILLARD  W.  BATES,  from  January  20 
to  August  10,  1862. 

DUDLEY  OLCOTT,  from  November  28, 

1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  BARRETT,  from  June  26  to  Sep- 
tember 10  1861. 

ALEXANDER  W.  SHAW,  from  Septem- 
ber 10  to  November  5,  1861. 

MARTIN  V.  YOUNG,  from  November  5, 
1861,  to  June  17,  1862. 

THOMAS  COGLAN,  from  June  17,  1862, 
to  July  10,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN  KELLY,  from  June  26  to  August 
6,  1861. 


ALEXANDER  W.  SHAW,  from  August 
8  to  September  10,  1861. 

WILLIAM  H.  GRIFFIN,  from  Septem- 
ber i  to  November  22,  1861. 

PATRICK  HICKS,  from  December  23, 
1861,  to  August  31,  1862. 

ROBERT  MCLAUGHLIN,  from  Septem- 
ber 12,  1862,  to  July  10,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 

THOMAS  KERRIGAN,  from  June  14  to 

December   12,   1861. 
BENJAMIN    F.    HARRIS,    from   January 

8,  1862,  to  July   10,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

GEORGE  McGOFF,  from  June  14  to  Oc- 
tober 28,  1861. 

SHEPARD  GLEASON,  from  October 
28  to  December  I,  1861. 

BENJAMIN  F.  HARRIS,  from  Novem- 
ber 7,  1861,  to  January  8,  1862. 

THOMAS  E.  BISHOP,  from  January  8 
to  May  27,  1862. 

OLIVER  CLEVELAND  HOUGHTON, 
from  February  23  to  July  10,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

PETER  McLEAN,  from  June  14  to  Au- 
gust 15,  1861. 

FRANCIS  KERRIGAN,  from  August  15 
to  November  5,  1861. 

CHARLES  HALPIN,  from  November  5, 
1861,  to  May  27,  1862. 


UNASSIGNED. 

DANIEL   BRUCE,    Captain,   from 
to  July  — ,   1861. 


OFFICERS  WHO  WERE  COMMISSIONED  OR  AP- 
POINTED BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE  GRADES 

NAMED. 

GLEASON,  SHEPARD,  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel. 

COOK,  WILLIAM  HENESLY,  as  Pay- 
master. 

DEWALDEN,  THOMAS  B.,  as  Chaplain. 

FOOTE,  ROBERT  A.,  as  Captain. 
KNOX,    EDWARD    B.,    as    Captain. 
BRUCE,   JAMES  J.,  as   First   Lieutenant. 
KRESS,  JOHN  A.,  as  First  Lieutenant. 
BECKWITH,  CALVIN,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 


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HOUGHTON,  OLIVER  CLEVELAND, 
as  Second  Lieutenant. 

LYDIG,  PHILIP  M.,  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant. 

PHILLIPS,  CHARLES  H.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

STORRS,  WILLIAM,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

WADSWORTH,  CRAIG  W.,  as  Second 
Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ABBOTT,  THOMAS  P.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  u,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  14,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  November  27,  1861; 
discharged,  June  21,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  II,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
December  12,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 27,  1861,  vice  N.  T.  Lee,  resigned. 

ACKERMAN,  JOHN  HOWARD,  late 
First  Lieutenant,  I2th  Militia;  enrolled 
October  23,  1861,  to  serve  two  years; 
appointed  Captain,  Company  G,  this 
regiment,  November  I,  1861;  resigned, 
December  23,  1861;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, November  I,  1861,  with  rank  from 
October  23,  1861,  vice  Thomas  Wallace, 
resigned. 

ALLEN,  THEODORE,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  u,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  D,  June  14, 
1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  June  20,  1861; 
resigned,  August  2,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  n,  1861,  original;  not 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant. 

BARCLAY,  ALLEN,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June  26, 
1861;  resigned,  November  14,  1861;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  II,  1861, 
original. 

BARCLAY,  JAMES,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  ii,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  13, 
1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant,  July  — , 
1861;  resigned,  November  i,  1861;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
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1861,  with  rank  from  May  1 1,  1861,  orig- 
inal; not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant. 

BARRETT,  JOHN,  age  26  years;  enrolled 
May  ii,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  I,  June  26,  1861;  resigned, 
September  10,  1861;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  ii,  1861,  original. 

BARTINE,  HENRY,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  C,  June  13, 
1861;  resigned,  July  2,  1861,  at  Staten 
Island,  New  York  harbor;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  ii,  1861,  original. 

BATES,  WILLARD  W.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  F,  I3th  Infantry,  May 
14,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
C,  this  regiment,  November  7,  1861;  as 
Captain,  Company  I,  January  20,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at 
Chickahominy,  Va. ;  mustered  out,  Au- 
gust 10,  1862,  for  promotion  to  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, 8th  Artillery;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  12,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  7,  1861,  vice 
P.  Connelly,  promoted;  Captain,  May  13, 

1862,  with    rank    from    January    4,    1862, 
vice   E.   B.    Knox,   declined. 

BECKWITH,  CALVIN,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany A,  July  5,  1861;  dishonorably  dis- 
charged for  desertion,  January  30,  1862; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  14,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  i,  1861,  vice  C.  J. 
McCormick,  resigned. 

BISHOP,  THOMAS  E.,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled Apri  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  I3th  Infantry,  May  14, 
1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company 
B,  this  regiment,  November  23,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  January 
8,  1862;  as  Captain,  Company  C,  May 
27,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
July  10,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  December 
12,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  23, 
1861,  vice  George  Kerrigan,  resigned; 


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First  Lieutenant,  January  13,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  8,  1862,  vice  B.  F. 
Harris,  promoted;  Captain,  November 
29,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  27,  1862, 
vice  M.  McMahon,  killed  in  action. 

BRUCE,  DANIEL,  age  —  years;  enrolled 
and  appointed  Captain,  no  date  nor 
company;  resigned,  July  — ,  1861;  not 
commissioned. 

BRUCE,  JAMES  J.,  age  19  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  June  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  January  I,  1862;  First 
Sergeant,  June  i,  1862;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June 
14,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
July  10,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  21, 

1862,  with  rank  from  June  14,  1862,  vice 
John   W.    Sibell,    resigned;   First    Lieu- 
tenant, not  mustered,  May  9,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  n,  1862,  vice  E.  L. 
Reed,  dismissed. 

BURKE,  WALTER  I.;  enrolled  and  ap- 
pointed First  Lieutenant,  Company  G, 
July  — ,  1861;  resigned,  November  I, 
1861;  not  commissioned. 

BURNS,  PATRICK  R.,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  June  13,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  January  24,  1862;  First 
Sergeant,  June  4,  1862;  Sergeant-Major, 
August  13,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  October  27, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
10,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  16, 

1863,  with  rank  from  October  27,  1862, 
vice  D.  McKinley,  resigned. 

CHARLES,  EDMUND  C.,  age  36  years; 
enrolled  May  19,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  28,  1861;  re- 
signed, October  4,  1861;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  42d  Infantry;  commissioned 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  June  20,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  21,  1861,  original. 

COGLAN,  THOMAS,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  D,  i3th  Infantry, 
May  14,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  this  regiment,  January  8, 


1862;  wounded  in  action,  May  27,  1862,  at 
Hanover  Court  House,  Va. ;  mustered  in 
as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  I,  June 
17,  1862;  mustered  out  with  company, 
July  10,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  sub- 
sequent service  in  I4th  Artillery;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  January 

13,  1862,    with    rank    from    January    8, 
1862,    vice     Epenetus     Platt,     resigned; 
First  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1863,  with 
rank   from   June    17,    1862,   vice    M.   V. 
Young,  resigned. 

CONNELLY,  PATRICK,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  June  13,  1861; 
as  Captain,  Company  D,  November  7, 
1861;  as  Major,  May  n,  1863;  mustered 
out,  July  10,  1863;  subsequent  service  in 
93d  N.  Y.  State  Militia;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  n,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
December  12,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 7,  1861,  vice  Michael  Norton, 
resigned;  Major,  May  19,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  22,  1863,  vice  S. 
Gleason,  promoted. 

CONNER,  WESLEY  W.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  April  22,  1861,  at  Brockport  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  K,  I3th  Infantry,  May 

14,  1861;    transferred    to    Company    D, 
October  29,  1861;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  E,  this  regiment, 
November  27,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
January   4,    1862;   as    Captain,   June   21, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
10,    1863,   at   New   York    city;    commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  December  12, 
1861,    with    rank    from    November    27, 
1861,  vice  C.  P.  Moore,  promoted;  First 
Lieutenant,    May    13,    1862,    with    rank 
from  January  4,  1862,  vice  W.  W.  Bates, 
promoted;  Captain,  November  29,  1862, 
with  rank  from  June  21,  1862,  vice  T.  P, 
Abbott,  discharged. 

COOK,  TERENCE,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  D,  June  29,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  December  28, 
1861;  Sergeant-Major,  June  8,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  July  i,  1862,  at  Mal- 
vern  Hill,  Va.;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  July  21,  1862; 


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as  First  Lieutenant,  October  12,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  December  13,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va.;  mustered  out, 
July  10,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  21, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  10,  1862; 
vice  E.  L.  Reed,  promoted;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, January  22,  1863,  with  rank  from 
June  30,  1862,  vice  W.  B.  Fairman, 
died,  of  wounds  received  in  action. 
COOK,  WILLIAM  HENESLY,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city,  May 
18,  1861^  and  appointed  Paymaster  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  June  26, 
1861;  dropped  from  the  rolls,  to  date 
November  26,  1861;  not  commissioned 
Paymaster;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant and  Quartermaster,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  June  21,  1861,  original. 
DEVOY,  JAMES,  age  23  years;  enrolled 
May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  June  14,  1861; 
promoted  First  Lieutenant,  August  16, 
1861;  resigned,  November  i,  1861;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  n,  1861,  orig- 
inal; First  Lieutenant,  September  19, 
1861,  with  rank  from  August  16,  1861, 
vice  Robert  Johnston,  promoted. 
DEWALDEN,  THOMAS  B.,  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Chaplain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  21,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

DOREMUS,  THOMAS  J.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  F,  June  13,  1861 ;  resigned, 
July  29,  1861 ;  commissioned  Captain,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  n,  1861, 
original. 

EDGEWORTH,  JAMES,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  B,  June  13, 
1861 ;  transferred  to  Company  D,  July 
I,  1861;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
August  3,  1 86 1 ;  resigned,  November  22, 
1861 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  II, 
1861,  original;  First  Lieutenant,  Septem- 
ber 19,  1861,  with  rank  trom  August  3, 
1 86 1,  vice  Theodore  Allen,  resigned. 


ESSELSTYNE,  RICHARD,  age  20  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Hudson  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  K,  I4th  Infantry, 
May  17,  1861 ;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  this  regiment,  April  3,  1862; 
wounded  and  captured  in  action,  May  27, 
1862,  at  Ashland,  Va. ;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  May  31,  1862,  at  Richmond,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  March 
26,  1862,  with  rank  from  January  24, 
1862,  vice  John  D.  Reynolds,  resigned. 

FAIRMAN,  WASHINGTON  B.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  September  3,  1861,  at 
Albany  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Corporal,  Company  C,  44th  Infan- 
try, October  5,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  H,  this  regiment,  November 
22,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  June  27, 
1862,  at  Gaines  Mill,  Va.;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  June  30,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  December  12,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  22,  1861,  vice  E.  A. 
Willoughby,  resigned. 

FAY,  WILLIAM,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
May  ii,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  B,  June  13,  1861;  captured 
in  action,  August  7,  1861,  at  Falls 
Church,  Va. ;  dropped  from  rolls,  No- 
vember 26,  1861;  paroled,  August  17,  1862, 
at  Aiken's  Landing,  Va. ;  discharged,  to 
date  August  31,  1862,  by  order  of  War 
Department;  commissioned  First  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
11,  1861,  original. 

FERGUSON,  ARCHIBALD  H.,  age  — 
years;  enrolled  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years,  and  appointed  First 
Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  July  20,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  F,  No- 
vember I,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action,  June 
27,  1862,  at  Gaines  Mill,  Va. ;  died,  of  his 
wounds,  June  28,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Adjutant,  August 
24,  1861,  with  rank  from  July  20,  1861, 
original;  Captain,  November  14,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  I,  1861,  vice 
Robert  Sturgeon,  resigned. 

FISKE,  GEORGE  E.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  two  years,  and  appointed 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  Novem- 
ber 22,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Lieutenant, 
December  23,  1861 ;  killed  in  action,  May 
27,  1862,  at  Hanover  Court  House,  Va. ; 


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commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 12,  1861,  with  rank  from  November 
22,  1861,  vice  William  H.  Griffin,  re- 
signed; First  Lieutenant,  January  13, 
1862,  with  rank  from  December  23,  1861, 
vice  A.  W.  Preston,  promoted. 

FISKE,  SAMUEL  N.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled May  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
June  28,  1861 ;  resigned,  December  II, 
1861 ;  commissioned  Surgeon,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  21,  1861, 
original. 

FOOTE,  ROBERT  A.,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  declined,  Captain,  November 
14,  1861,  with  rank  from  November  7, 

1861,  vice  Robert  Johnston,  resigned. 
GILBERT,   EDWIN    S.,   Captain,   i3th   In- 
fantry; mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
B,    this    regiment,    November    23,     1861 ; 
as   Major,   April   17,    1862;   wounded  and 
captured    in    action,    June    27,     1862,    at 
Gaines     Mill,     Va. ;     paroled,     August    7, 
1862;   mustered   in  as   Lieutenant-Colonel, 
September    12,    1862;    died,    of    disease, 
February  22,    1863,   at   Rochester,   N.    Y. ; 
commissioned  Captain,  December  12,  1861, 
with  rank  from   November  23,   1861,  vice 
W.   G.    Smith,  resigned;   Major,   May  22, 

1862,  with  rank  from  April   17,  1862,  vice 
H.     F.     Savage,     promoted;     Lieutenant- 
Colonel,    November    29,    1862,    with    rank 
from    September     12,     1862,    vice    H.     F. 
Savage,  discharged. 

GLEASON,  SHEPARD,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  F,  I3th  Infantry,  May 
14,  1861 ;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
K,  this  regiment,  October  28,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  Company  A,  December  i,  1861 ; 
as  Major,  September  12,  1862;  died,  of 
disease,  June  17,  1863,  at  Gum  Spring, 
Va. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  No- 
vember 14,  1861,  with  rank  from  Octo- 
ber 26,  1861,  vice  George  McGoff,  re- 
signed; Captain,  December  12,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  7,  1861,  vice  Robert 
A.  Foote,  declined;  Major,  December  8, 
1862,  with  rank  from  September  12,  1862, 
vice  E.  S.  Gilbert,  promoted;  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  not  mustered,  May  9,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  22,  1863,  vice  E.  S. 
Gilbert,  deceased. 

COVER,  WILLIAM  C,  age  40  years;  en- 
rolled May  ii,  1861,  at  New  York  city 


to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  I,  June  26,  1861 ;  resigned, 
November  5,  1861;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
n,  1861,  original. 

GRAHAM,  ALEXANDER  L.,  age  34 
years;  enrolled  May  11,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  E,  June  14,  1861 ; 
resigned,  August  2,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  14,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  u,  1861,  original. 

GRAHAM,  JAMES  S.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  I3th  Infantry,  May  14,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  this 
regiment,  November  i,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  April  17,  1862; 
as  Captain,  Company  F,  June  27,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  10,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  subsequent  service  in 
2ist  Cavalry;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, December  12,  1861,  with  rank  from 
November  i,  1861,  vice  Calvin  Beckwith, 
commission  revoked;  First  Lieutenant, 
May  22,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  17, 
1862,  vice  Egbert  Olcott,  promoted;  Cap- 
tain, January  16,  1863,  with  rank  from 
June  27,  1862,  vice  A.  H.  Ferguson,  died, 
of  wounds  received  in  action. 

GREENE,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  September  23,  1861,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  I,  44th  infantry,  Septem- 
ber 24,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Sergeant, 
September  25,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  D,  this  regiment, 
January  10,  1862;  dismissed,  October  13, 
1862;  dismissal  revoked,  December  29, 
1862,  and  honorably  discharged,  to  date 
October  13,  1862;  see  I42d  Infantry; 
commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  March  17, 
1862,  with  rank  from  January  10,  1862, 
vice  H.  W.  Salisbury,  resigned. 

GRIFFIN,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as 
Sergeant,  Company  B,  Tune  13,  1861; 
promoted  Regimental  Commissary-Ser- 
geant in  July  or  August,  1861 ;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  I, 
September  i,  1861 ;  resigned,  November 
22,  1861 ;  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, September  25,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  6,  1861,  vice  John  Kelly,  resigned. 


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HALPIN,  CHARLES,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  H,  June  26,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  September  15, 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  K,  November  5,  1861 ;  killed  in 
action,  May  27,  1862,  at  Hanover  Court 
House,  Va. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, November  14,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  5,  1861,  vice  Francis 
Kerrigan,  resigned. 

HARE,  NORMAN,  age  33  years;  enrolled 
September  23,  1862,  at  Albany  to  serve 
three  years ;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  November  28,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  July  10,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  December  30,  1862,  with  rank 
from  November  28,  1862,  vice  J.  G.  Van 
Derzee,  promoted. 

HARRIS,  BENJAMIN  F.,  age  30  years; 
enrolled  April  25,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  A,  I3th  Infantry,  May  14,  1861 ; 
as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  this 
regiment,  November  I,  1861 ;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  November  7, 
1861 ;  as  Captain,  January  8,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  December  13,  1862,  at 
Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  10,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  subsequent  service  in  Veteran 
Reserve  Corps;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  14,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  i,  1861,  vice  Robert  Mc- 
Glinn,  resigned;  First  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 12,  1861,  with  rank  from  November 
7,  1861,  vice  S.  Gleason,  promoted;  Cap- 
tain, January  13,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  8,  1862,  vice  Thomas  Kerrigan 
died,  of  wounds  received  in  action. 

HEATH,  CHARLES  W.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Albany  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  G,  I4th  Infantry,  May  17, 
1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  F, 
this  regiment,  November  I,  1861;  re- 
signed, July  18,  1862;  again  enrolled  at 
Herkimer  to  serve  three  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Battery  A,  ist  Ar- 
tillery, April  n,  1864;  mustered  out 
with  battery,  June  28,  1865,  at  Elmira, 
N.  Y.;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
November  14,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 


vember I,  1861,  vice  James  Barclay,  re- 
signed. 

HICKS,  PATRICK,  age  20  years;  en- 
rolled May  14,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  C,  June  13,  1861;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  July  i,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany I,  December  23,  1861;  wounded  in 
action,  May  27,  1862,  at  Hanover  Court 
House,  Va.;  discharged  for  disability 
from  wounds,  August  31,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  January  13, 
1862,  with  rank  from  December  23,  1861, 
vice  George  E.  Fiske,  promoted. 

HOLLY,  MICHAEL,  age  29  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  A,  June  14,  1861;  dis- 
charged, August  10,  1861;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  n,  1861,  original. 

HOUGHTON,  OLIVER  CLEVELAND, 
age  22  years;  enrolled  May  9,  1861,  at 
Buffalo  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in 
as  Private,  Company  D,  21  st  Infantry, 
May  20,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany H,  this  regiment,  November  I, 
1861;  appointed  Adjutant,  to  date  No- 
vember i,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  May 
27,  1862,  at  Hanover  Court  House,  Va.; 
transferred  as  First  Lieutenant  to  Com- 
pany K,  February  23,  1863;  mustered 
out  with  company,  July  10,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  November  i,  1861, 
with  rank  from  October  23,  1861,  vice 
C.  M.  Theall,  resigned;  First  Lieuten- 
ant and  Adjutant,  November  14,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  i,  1861,  vice 
A.  H.  Ferguson,  promoted. 

JOHNSON,  CHARLES  A.,  Major,  I7th 
Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Lieutenant- 
Colonel,  this  regiment,  October  4,  1861; 
as  Colonel,  February  21,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  May  27,  1862,  at  Hanover 
Court  House,  Va.;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  July  10,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  Brigadier-General,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865; 
commissioned  Lieutenant-Colonel,  No- 
vember 2,  1861,  with  rank  from  October 
4,  1861,  vice  E.  C.  Charles,  resigned; 
Colonel,  April  17,  1862,  with  rank  from 
February  21,  1862,  vice  J.  E.  Kerrigan, 
dismissed. 


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JOHNSTON,  ROBERT,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  A,  June  14,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  August  10,  1861;  re- 
signed, November  7,  1861 ;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  14,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  u,  1861,  original;  Cap- 
tain, August  27,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  10,  1861,  vice  M.  Holly,  re- 
signed. 

KELLY,  JOHN,  age  27  years;  enrolled 
May  u,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  I,  June  26,  1861; 
resigned,  August  6,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  II,  1861,  original. 

KERRIGAN,  FRANCIS,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  I,  June  26,  1861;  trans- 
ferred to  Company  K,  June  27,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 15,  1861;  resigned,  November  5, 
1861;  not  commissioned. 

KERRIGAN,  GEORGE,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  B,  June  13,  1861; 
promoted  Second  Lieutenant,  July  I, 
1861;  resigned,  November  23,  1861;  not 
commissioned. 

KERRIGAN,  JAMES  E.,  age  29  years; 
enrolled  May  18,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Colonel,  June  28,  1861;  dismissed,  March 
6,  1862;  commissioned  Colonel,  June  20, 

1861,  with    rank    from    May    21,    1861, 
original. 

KERRIGAN,  THOMAS,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  11,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  K,  June  14,  1861; 
wounded  in  action  at  Ball's  Cross 
Roads,  Va.,  December  12,  1861,  and 
died,  of  his  wounds;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
n,  1861,  original. 

KNOX,  EDWARD  B.,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  declined,  Captain,  January  13, 

1862,  with  rank  from  December  23,  1861, 
vice  A.  W.  Shaw,  resigned;  see  44th  In- 
fantry. 

KRESS,  JOHN  A.,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  First  Lieutenant,  September 


19,  1861,  with  rank  from  September  10, 

1861,  vice    F.    Webb,   resigned;    see   94th 
Infantry. 

LEE,  NATHAN  T.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  E,  June  14, 
1861;  promoted  Captain,  August  2,  1861; 
resigned,  November  27,  1861;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  n,  1861,  original; 
Captain,  September  19,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  3,  1861,  vice  Alexander  L. 
Graham,  resigned. 

LYDIG,  PHILIP  M.,  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  declined,  Second  Lieutenant, 
April  15,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  14, 

1862,  vice   Allen   Barclay,  resigned;  see 
U.  S.  Volunteers. 

MACREA,  CHARLES  A.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  A,  June  17,  1861;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  December  4,  1861; 
First  Sergeant,  July  21,  1862;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D, 
to  date  June  17,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  10,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
January  16,  1863,  with  rank  from  June 
17,  1862,  vice  T.  Coglan,  promoted. 

MAXWELL,  THOMAS  W.,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  D,  June  14,  1861 ; 
promoted  Sergeant-Major,  July  I,  1861; 
mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  H, 
August  I,  1861;  dismissed,  October  n, 
1862;  commissioned  Captain,  September 
19,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  3,  1861, 
vice  D.  McManus,  resigned. 

McCORMICK,  CHARLES  J.,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  F,  June 
13,  1861;  promoted  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  — ,  1861;  resigned,  November  I, 
1861;  not  commissioned. 

McGLINN,  ROBERT,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  A,  June  14,  1861;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  August  10, 
1861;  resigned,  November  I,  1861;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  September 


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19,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  10,  1861, 
vice  James  Devoy,  promoted. 

McGOFF,  GEORGE,  age  27  years;  en- 
rolled May  II,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  June  14,  1861; 
resigned,  October  28,  1861;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  II,  1861,  original. 

McKENNA,  JAMES,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  I,  June  26,  1861 ;  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  Company  C,  July  3,  1861 ; 
resigned,  November  2,  1861,  at  Hall's 
Hill,  Va. ;  subsequent  service  in  i6sd  In- 
fantry; not  commissioned. 

McKINLEY,  DAVID,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  June  13,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  November  23,  1861 ; 
First  Sergeant,  March  21,  1862;  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  27,  1862;  resigned,  Oc- 
tober 27,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  21,  1862,  with  rank  from 
May  27,  1862,  vice  Thomas  P.  Thomp- 
son, killed  in  action. 

MCLAUGHLIN,  ROBERT,  age  22  years; 

enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  I,  June  26,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered 
in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  September  12, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
10,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  January  16,  1863,  with 
rank  from  September  12,  1862,  vice  Pat- 
rick Hicks,  resigned. 

McLEAN,  PETER,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  ii,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  K,  June  14,  1861 ;  re- 
signed, August  15,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  June  14,  1861,  original. 

McMAHON,  MICHAEL,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  C,  June  13,  1861;  killed 
in  action,  May  27,  1862,  at  Hanover 
Court  House,  Va. ;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
n,  1861,  original. 

McMANUS,  DANIEL,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 


to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  H,  June  26,  1861;  re- 
signed, August  2,  1861 ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  ii,  1861,  original. 

MOORE,  CORNELIUS  P.,  age  25  years; 
enrolled  May  ii,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  E,  June  14,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted Second  Lieutenant,  August  2, 
1861;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  November  27,  1861;  re- 
signed, January  10,  1862;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I3th  Cavalry;  not  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  December  12,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  27,  1861,  vice  T.  P.  Ab- 
bott, promoted. 

MOUNTJOY,  GEORGE,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  May  ii,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  appointed  Major, 
May  21,  1861;  dropped  from  records,  July 
20,  1861;  rendered  no  service;  commis- 
sioned Major,  June  20,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  21,  1861,  original. 

MURPHY,  DANIEL  H.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  at  Rochester  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon, 
December  12,  1861;  resigned,  March  21, 
1862;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
December  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 29,  1861,  vice  C.  B.  O'Leary,  re- 
signed. 

NICHOLSON,  JAMES,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  13,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  H,  June  26,  1861;  pro- 
moted Quartermaster-Sergeant,  July  — , 
1861 ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Quartermaster,  November  26,  1861; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  July  10, 
1863,  at  New  York  city;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  De- 
cember 16,  1861,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 26,  1861,  vice  William  H.  Cook, 
dropped. 

NORTON,  MICHAEL,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  D,  June  14,  1861;  resigned, 
November  7,  1861,  at  Hall's  Hill,  Va.; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  ii,  1861,  original. 

OLCOTT,  DUDLEY,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company  I, 


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November  28,  1862;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  10,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  Lieutenant-Colonel,  U.  S.  Volun- 
teers, by  brevet,  from  March  13,  1865; 
commissioned  Captain,  November  29, 
1862,  with  rank  from  November  28,  1862, 
vice  T.  W.  Maxwell,  dismissed. 

OLCOTT,  EGBERT,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled September  9,  1861,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  44th  Infantry,  October  5, 
1861;  appointed  Second  Lieutenant,  ist 
U.  S.  Artillery;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  this  regiment, 
November  21,  1861;  as  Captain,  April  17, 
1862;  discharged,  August  23,  1862,  for 
promotion  to  Major,  I2ist  Infantry; 
commissioned  First  •  Lieutenant,  Decem- 
ber 12,  1861,  with  rank  from  November 
26,  1861,  vice  William  Fay,  discharged; 
Captain,  May  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  17,  1862,  vice  E.  S.  Gilbert,  pro- 
moted. 

O'LEARY,  CORNELIUS  B.,  Surgeon, 
25th  Militia;  serving  as  Assistant  Sur- 
geon, this  regiment,  from  July  31,  1861; 
resigned,  November  I,  1861;  see  I45th  In- 
fantry; commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
July  31,  1861,  with  rank  of  same  date, 
original. 

O'NEIL,  JAMES  C.,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled and  appointed  Assistant  Surgeon, 
March  29,  1862;  dismissed,  September  12, 
1862;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
April  9,  1862,  with  rank  from  March  29, 
1862,  vice  D.  H.  Murphy,  resigned. 

O'NEIL,  WILLIAM,  age  —  years;  en- 
rolled to  serve  two  years,  and  appointed 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  II, 
1861;  out  of  service,  June  26,  1861;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  First  Lieuten- 
ant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  n, 
1861,  original. 

PHILLIPS,  CHARLES  H.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cor- 
poral, Company  B,  June  13,  1861 ;  pro- 
moted First  Sergeant,  November  23, 1861 ; 
returned  to  ranks,  March  21,  1862;  pro- 
moted Corporal,  June  12,  1862;  wounded 
in  action,  June  27,  1862,  at  Chickahominy, 
Va.,  and  captured  while  in  hospital  at 
Savage  Station,  Va.,  June  29,  1862;  pa- 
roled at  City  Point,  Va.,  August  3,  1862; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  October  27, 
1862;  Sergeant-Major,  January  14,  1863; 


mustered  out  with  regiment,  July  10,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned,  not 
mustered,  Second  Lieutenant,  May  9, 
1863,  with  rank  from  October  n,  1862 
vice  J.  J.  Bruce,  promoted. 

PHILLIPS,  LUTHER,  age  30  years;  en- 
rolled December  4,  1862,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  December  26,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  regiment,  July  10, 
1863,  at  New  York  city;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  I4th  Artillery;  commissioned  As- 
sistant Surgeon,  December  4,  1862,  with 
rank  of  same  date,  vice  J.  C.  O'Neil,  dis- 
missed. 

PLATT,  EPENETUS,  age  34  years;  en- 
rolled May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Ser- 
geant, Company  D,  June  14,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  3,  1861;  re- 
signed, November  27,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  September  19,  1861, 
with  rank  from  August  3,  1861,  vice  J. 
Edgeworth,  promoted. 

PRESTON,  ALBERT  W.,  age  18  years; 
enrolled  April  30,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  F,  I3th  Infantry,  May 
14,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company 
E,  this  regiment,  November  22,  1861 ;  as 
Captain,  Company  G,  January  i,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  July  I,  1862,  at  Mal- 
vern  Hill,  Va. ;  discharged,  September  22, 
1862;  subsequent  service  in  Veteran  Re- 
serve Corps;  commissioned  First  Lieuten- 
ant, December  12,  1861,  with  rank  from 
November  22,  1861,  vice  James  Edge- 
worth,  resigned;  Captain,  January  13, 
1862,  with  rank  from  December  23,  1861, 
vice  J.  Howard  Ackerman,  resigned. 

REED,  EDWIN  L.,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
at  New  York  city  for  the  war,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  First  Sergeant,  Company  E, 
83d  Infantry,  May  27,  1861;  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  this  regiment, 
November  i,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant, 
May  11,  1862;  dismissed,  October  n, 
1862;  commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
November  14,  1861,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember i,  1861,  vice  James  McKenna,  re- 
signed; First  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862, 
with  rank  from  January  10,  1862,  vice 
C.  P.  Moore,  resigned. 

REYNOLDS,  JOHN  D.,  age  24  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  G,  44th 


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Infantry,  September  27,  1861;  promoted 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  A,  this 
regiment,  November  7,  1861 ;  resigned, 
January  24,  1862;  see  94th  and  H4th  In- 
fantries; commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, December  12,  1861,  with  rank  from 
November  7,  1861,  vice  B.  F.  Harris, 
promoted. 

SALISBURY,  HENRY  W.,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  G,  November  i,  1861;  resigned, 
January  10,  1862;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  14,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  I,  1861,  vice  Walter  I. 
Burke,  resigned. 

SAVAGE,  HENRY  F.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  B,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861;  enrolled  in  this  regiment  May  20, 
1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  June  26,  1861;  promoted 
Major,  July  20,  1861;  Lieutenant-Colonel, 
April  17,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  May 
27,  1862,  at  Hanover  Court  House,  Va.; 
discharged  for  disability,  September  12, 
1862;  not  commissioned  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant;  commissioned  Major,  Feb- 
ruary 21,  1862,  with  rank  from  July  21, 
1861,  vice  Mountjoy,  dropped;  Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, May  13,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  17,  1862,  vice  C.  A.  Johnson,  pro- 
moted. 

SHAW,  ALEXANDER  W.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Sergeant,  Company  I,  June  26,  1861;  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  August  8,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  September  10,  1861; 
promoted  Captain,  November  5,  1861 ; 
wounded  in  action,  December  12,  1861,  at 
Ball's  Bluff,  Va.;  resigned,  January  4, 
1862;  not  commissioned  Second  Lieuten- 
ant; commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Sep- 
tember 25, 1861,  with  rank  from  September 
10,  1861,  vice  J.  Barrett,  resigned;  Cap- 
tain, November  14,  1861,  with  rank  from 
November  i,  1861,  vice  William  C.  Cover, 
resigned. 

SHAY,  CYRUS,  age  42  years;  enrolled 
May  11,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  June  14,  1861 ;  died, 
June  20,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  com- 


missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  n,  1861,  original. 

SIBELL,  JOHN  W.,  age  28  years;  en- 
rolled April  17,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  one  month;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  7th  Militia,  April  26, 
1861;  mustered  out  with  company,  June 
3,  1861,  at  New  York  city;  again  enrolled 
to  serve  two  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  this 
regiment,  November  i,  1861;  resigned, 
June  14,  1862;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  November  14,  1861,  with  rank 
from  November  i,  1861,  vice  O.  C. 
Houghton,  promoted. 

SMITH,  WALSTEIN  G,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  B,  June  13,  1861 ;  resigned, 
November  23,  1861;  commissioned  Cap- 
tain, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  n, 
1861,  original. 

STEWART,  EPHRAIM,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany B,  November  25,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  10,  1863,  at  New  York 
city;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  De- 
cember 30,  1862,  with  rank  from  Novem- 
ber 25,  1862,  vice  T.  E.  Bishop,  promoted. 

STOCKING,  SAMUEL,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  as 
Corporal  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Sergeant,  Company  A,  I4th  In- 
fantry, May  17,  1861;  as  First  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  this  regiment,  Novem- 
ber i,  1861;  mustered  out,  July  20,  1863, 
at  New  York  city;  commissioned  First 
Lieutenant,  November  14,  1861,  with 
rank  from  November  i,  1861,  vice  James 
Devoy,  resigned. 

STORRS,  WILLIAM,  age  20  years;,  en- 
rolled September  12,  1861,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  C,  44th  Infantry,  Octo- 
ber 5,  1861;  appointed  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, this  regiment,  May  31,  1862;  killed  in 
action  before  joining  this  regiment,  June 
27,  1862,  at  Gaines  Mill,  Va. ;  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieutenant, 
July  3,  1862,  with  rank  from  May  31,  1862, 
vice  R.  Esselstyne,  died,  of  wounds  re- 
ceived in  action. 

STURGEON,  ROBERT,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 


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First  Lieutenant,  Company  F,  June  13, 
1861;  promoted  Captain,  July  — ,  1861; 
resigned,  November  i,  1861;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  n,  1861,  original; 
not  commissioned  Captain. 

TALLMADGE,  WARREN  A.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  at  Washington,  D.  C,  to 
serve  three  years,  and  mustered  in  as 
Assistant  Surgeon,  September  10,  1862; 
resigned,  November  30,  1862;  commis- 
sioned Assistant  Surgeon,  August  18, 
1862,  with  rank  from  August  15,  1862, 
original. 

THEALL,  CHARLES  M.,  age  26  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  H,  June 
26,  1861;  resigned,  October  i,  1861; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  n,  1861, 
original. 

THOMPSON,  THOMAS  P.,  age  31 
years;  enrolled  May  12,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  Corporal,  Company  K,  June  14, 
1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  August  15, 
1861;  returned  to  ranks,  November  18, 
1861;  promoted  Sergeant-Major,  Jan- 
uary 14,  1862;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  12,  1862; 
killed  in  action,  May  27,  1862,  at  Han- 
over Court  House,  Va.;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1862,  with 
rank  from  January  4,  1862,  vice  W.  W. 
Conner,  promoted. 

TIERNEY,  MICHAEL,  age  22  years; 
enrolled  May  12,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Private,  Company  K,  June  14,  1861; 
promoted  First  Sergeant,  November  18, 
1861;  Sergeant-Major,  no  date;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  Com- 
pany F,  April  17,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  July  10,  1863,  at  New 
York  city;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, May  22,  1862,  with  rank  from 
April  17,  1862,  vice  James  S.  Graham, 
promoted. 

VAN  DERZEE,  JOHN  G.,  age  32  years; 
enrolled  August  8,  1861,  at  Albany  to 
serve  three  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  F,  44th  Infantry,  Sep- 
tember 6,  1861;  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  A,  this  regiment,  March  28, 
1862;  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  G, 


May  28,  1862;  as  Captain,  August  n, 
1862;  mustered  out  with  company,  July 
10,  1863,  at  New  York  city;  commis- 
sioned Second  Lieutenant,  March  17, 

1862,  with  rank  from  January  10,   1862, 
vice     Thomas     E.     Bishop,     promoted; 
First    Lieutenant,    November    29,    1862, 
with  rank  from  May  27,  1862,  vice  G.  E. 
Fiske,  killed  in  action;  Captain,  May  9, 

1863,  with   rank   from   August    i,    1862, 
vice  W.   W.    Bates,  promoted   Lieuten- 
ant-Colonel, 8th  Artillery. 

WADSWORTH,  CRAIG  W.,  commis- 
sioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, September  19,  1861,  with  rank  from 
September  10,  1861,  vice  P.  McLean, 
resigned;  see  U.  S.  Volunteers. 

WALLACE,  THOMAS,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New  York 
city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  G,  June  26,  1861;  re- 
signed, October  23,  1861;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  n,  1861,  original. 

WEBB,  FRANK,  age  22  years;  enrolled 
May  n,  1861,  at  New  York  city  to 
serve  two  years ;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  June  26,  1861; 
resigned,  September  4,  1861 ;  subsequent 
service  in  4Oth  Infantry;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  June  26,  1861,  vice  William  O'Neil, 
not  mustered. 

WEED,  HILAND  A.,  Assistant  Surgeon, 
I7th  Infantry;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon, 
this  regiment,  December  12,  1861; 
wounded  in  action,  May  27,  1862,  at 
Hanover  Court  House,  Va.;  mustered 
out  with  regiment,  July  10,  1863,  at 
New  York  city;  commissioned  Surgeon, 
February  27,  1862,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 12,  1861,  vice  S.  N.  Fiske,  re- 
signed. 

WELCH,  ISAAC  L.,  age  39  years;  en- 
rolled at  Albany  to  serve  three  years; 
mustered  in  as  Assistant  Surgeon,  De- 
cember 16,  1862;  resigned,  April  24, 
1863 ;  commissioned  Assistant  Surgeon, 
December  16,  1862,  with  rank  from  De- 
cember 12,  1862,  vice  W.  A.  Tallmadge, 
resigned. 

WILLOUGHBY,  EDWARD  A.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  May  n,  1861,  at  New 
York  city  to  serve  two  years;  mustered 
in  as  First  Lieutenant,  Company  H, 
June  26,  1861;  resigned,  November  I, 


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1861;  subsequent  service  in  84th  Mili- 
tia; commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  n, 
1861,  original. 

YOUNG,  MARTIN  V.,  age  26  years;  en- 
rolled at  Hall's  Hill,  Va.,  to  serve  two 


years,  and  mustered  in  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  I,  November  5,  1861; 
resigned,  June  17,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  November  14,  1861, 
with  rank  from  November  i,  1861,  vice 
A.  W.  Shaw,  promoted. 


TWENTY-SIXTH  REGIMENT  OF  INFANTRY. 

Second  Oneida  Regiment ;  Central  New  York  Battalion ;  Utica  Regiment. 

This  regiment,  Col.  William  H.  Christian,  was  accepted  by  the  State  May  17,  1861,  for 
a  service  of  two  years ;  organized  at  Elmira,  and  there  mustered  in  the  service  of  the 
United  States  for  three  months  May  21,  1861.  At  the  request  of  the  general  government, 
the  Governor  of  the  State,  August  2,  1861,  ordered  it  in  the  service  of  the  United  States 
for  the  unexpired  portion  of  its  term  of  State  service.  In  May,  1863,  its  three  years'  men 
were  transferred  to  the  97th  Infantry. 

The  companies  were  recruited :  A,  B,  C  and  E  at  Utica ;  D  at  Hamilton ;  F  at  Whites- 
town  ;  G  and  H  —  originally  intended  for  the  I3th  Regiment  —  at  Rochester ;  I  at  Orisk- 
any;  and  K  at  Candor;  the  men  came  principally  from  the  counties  of  Madison,  Monroe, 
Oneida  and  Tioga;  a  few  from  the  counties  of  Chenango,  Herkimer  and  Seneca1. 

The  regiment  left  the  State  June  19,  1861 ;  served  at  and  near  Washington,  D.  C., 
from  June  20,  1861 ;  in  McCunn's  Brigade,  from  July  21,  1861 ;  in  Heintzelman's'  Brigade, 
Division  of  Potomac,  from  August  4,  1861 ;  in  Slocum's  Brigade,  Franklin's  Division,  Army 
of  the  Potomac,  from  October  15,  1861 ;  in  Wadsworth's  command,  at  Fort  Lyon,  Va., 
from  November,  1861 ;  in  ist  Brigade,  2d  Division,  Department  of  Rappahannock,  from  May, 
1862;  in  2d  Brigade,  2d  Division,  3'd  Corps,  Army  of  Virginia,  from  June  26,  1862;  in  2d 
Brigade,  2d  Division,  ist  Corps,  Army  of  the  Potomac,  from  September  12,  1862,  and  was 
honorably  discharged  and  mustered  out,  under  Col.  Richard  H.  Richardson,  May  28,  1863; 
Companies  H  and  K,  May  24th,  at  Utica. 

During  its  service  the  regiment  lost  by  death,  killed  in  action,  3  officers,  62  enlisted 
rnen;  of  wounds  received  in  action,  2  officers,  41  enlisted  men;  of  disease  and  other 
causes,  42  enlisted  men;  total,  5  officers,  145  enlisted  men;  aggregate,  150;  of  whom  I 
enlisted  man  died  in  the  hands  of  the  enemy;  and  it  took  part  in  the  following  engage- 
ments, etc. : 


PLACE. 

Date. 

Killed. 

Wounded. 

Missing. 

Aggregate. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Died. 

Recov'd. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Officers. 

Enlisted 
men. 

Pohick  Church   Va  

1861. 
Oct.            4 
1862. 
Aug.           9 
Aug.   1  6- 
Sept.      2 

Gen.  Pope's  Campaign,  Va  

i 

2 

87 

25 

169 

Rappahannock  Station    . 

23 
28 
30 
Sept            i 

Bull  Run  

3 

34 

i 

16 

Little  River  Turnpike 

Hall's  Hill  and  Fall's  Church   Va 

4 

14 

17 

2 

66 

170 

Antietam,  Md  .  . 

5 

2 

39 

20 
1  1 

Fredericksburg   Va 

Pollock's  Mill  Creek,  Va  

1863. 

April  29- 
May  2 
May        2-3 

Chancellors  ville,  Va  

Total  loss  

3 

62 

2 

41 

12 

231 

56 

407 

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OFFICERS  OF  THE  REGIMENT. 


Colonels. 

WILLIAM  H.  CHRISTIAN,  from  May  21, 
1861,  to  September  19,  1862. 

RICHARD  H.  RICHARDSON,  from  Sep- 
tember 19,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Lieutenant-  Colonels. 
RICHARD  H.  RICHARDSON,  from  May 

21,   1861,  to   September   19,   1862. 
GILBERT  S.  JENNINGS,  from  September 

20,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Majors. 
GILBERT   S.   JENNINGS,    from   May   21, 

1861,  to  September  20,  1862. 

EZRA  F.  WETMORE,  from  September  19, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Adjutants. 

DAVID  SMITH,  JR.,  from  May  17  to  Au- 
gust 7,  1861. 

WILLIAM  K.  BACON,  from  August  7, 
1861,  to  December  15,  1862. 

CHARLES  ACKERMAN,  from  December 
15,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 


Quartermasters. 

WILLIAM  B.  BLACKWELL,  from  May 
21,  1861,  to  October  30,  1862. 

CLINTON  DfiWITT  STARING,  from  No- 
vember i,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Surgeon. 

WALTER  B.  COVENTRY,  from  May  21, 
1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Assistant  Surgeons. 
AARON  J.  STEELE,  from  May  21,  1861, 

to  November  9,  1862. 
CHARLES    M.    WIGHT,    from    November 

20,  1862,  to  . 

ICHABOD   H.    SEARLE,   from   September 

2,  1862,  to  May  28,   1863. 

Chaplains. 
IRA  P.  SMITH,  from  May  21  to  September 

13,  1861. 
DANIEL   W.    BRISTOL,    from    September 

27,  1861,  to  January  3,  1863. 


OF  COMPANY  A. 
Captains: 
MONTGOMERY  COSSLEMAN,  from  May 

21,  1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 
JOHN  T.   KINGSBURY,  from  August  30, 
1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  E.  MERCER,  from  May  21  to 
August  7,  1861. 

GILBERT  HAY,  from  August  7  to  Novem- 
ber 5,  1861. 

JOHN  T.  KINGSBURY,  from  November  5, 
1861,  to  August  30,  1862. 

ENOCH  JONES,  from  August  30,  1862,  to 
May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
PERRY  D.  HICKOX,  from  May  21  to  July 

30,  1861. 
GILBERT  HAY,  from  July  21  to  August  7, 

1861. 
JOHN  T.  KINGSBURY,  from  August  7  to 

November  5,  1861. 
ENOCH  JONES,  from   November  5,   1861, 

to  August  30,  1862. 
JOHN  BEVINES,  from  November  24,  1862, 

to  May  28,  1863. 


OF  COMPANY  B. 
Captains: 
GEORGE  A.  BLACKWELL,  from  May  21, 

1861,  to  April  2,  1862. 
W.    MELVIN    BROWN,   from   April   2   to 

July  24,  1862. 
WILLIAM  H.  CHURCH,  from  July  24  to 

November    14,    1862. 
WILLIAM  J.   HARLOW,   from  November 

20,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

NORMAN  W.  PALMER,  from  May  21  to 
August  7,  1861. 

HENRY  D.  BARNETT,  from  August  7  to 
October  28,  1861. 

CHARLES  EDWIN  LASHER,  from  Oc- 
tober 28,  1861,  to  April  7,  1862. 

WILLIAM  J.  HARLOW,  from  April  7  to 
November  20,  1862. 

MARTIN  N.  DUNHAM,  from  November 
20,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 


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Second  Lieutenants: 
EDWARD  JAMES,   from   May   i   to   May 

21,  1861. 
HENRY  D.  BARNETT,  from  May  21  to 

August  7,   1861. 
WILLIAM   J.   HARLOW,   from  August  7, 

1861,  to  April  7,   1862. 

CHARLES    H.    WAMPLE,    from   April   7, 

1862,  to  February  24,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  C. 
Captains: 

DAVID  SMITH,  JR.,  from  May  3  to  May 
17,  1861. 

JOHN  H.  FAIRBANKS,  from  May  21  to 
August  7,  1861. 

EDMUND  R.  P.  SHURLEY,  from  Au- 
gust 7,  1861,  to  April  25,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
JOSIAH   E.    ROBERTS,   from   May  21   to 

November  7,  1861. 
WILLIAM  H.   NEILL,  from  November  7, 

1861,  to   September   10,    1862. 
WILLIAM  H.   MILSTEAD,   from  October 

i,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

EDWIN  HARRINGTON,  from  May  21  to 
July  20,  1861. 

WILLIAM  H.  NEILL,  from  July  20  to  No- 
vember 7,  1861. 

WILLIAM  H.  HALSTEAD,  from  Novem- 
ber 7,  1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  D. 
Captains: 
GEORGE  W.  ARROWSMITH,  from  May 

21,  1861,  to  September  9,  1862. 
WILLIAM  H.  NEILL,  from  September  10, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

WILLIAM  P.  WEST,  from  May  21  to  Au- 
gust 7,  1861. 

WILLIAM  C.  GARDINER,  from  August 
9,  1861,  to  January  10,  1863. 

ALBERT  D.  LYNCH,  from  March  25  to 
May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

RICHARD  C.  HALL,  from  May  21  to  Au- 
gust 7,  1861. 


HUGH   LEONARD,  from  August  7,   1861, 

to  August  30,  1862. 
WILLARD  G.  HALSTEAD,  from  August 

30,  1862,  to  May  15,  1863. 
OLIVER    B.    COOLEY,    from    May    16    to 

May  28,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  E. 
Captains: 

ANTON  BRENDLE,  from  May  21  to  Au- 
gust 7,  1861. 

NORMAN  W.  PALMER,  from  August  7, 
1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

OLIVER  W.  SHELDON,  from  May  21  to 

August  7,  1861. 
CHARLES   B.   COVENTRY,  from  August 

6,  1861,  to  January  n,  1862. 
CHARLES    T.    SCHMIDT,    from    January 

u,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JAMES   VAN   VLECK,    from    May   21    to 

August  7,  1861. 
CHARLES  T.  SCHMIDT,  from  August  7, 

1861,  to  January  n,  1862. 
CHARLES  ACKERMAN,  from  January  n 

to  December  15,   1862. 
JOSEPH    KLEINFIELD,    from    December 

15,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  F. 
Captains: 

EZRA  F.  WETMORE,  from  May  21,  1861, 
to  September  19,  1862. 

GEORGE  A.  BLACKWELL,  from  Feb- 
ruary 10  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

RUFUS  D.  PATTEN,  from  May  21  to  Au- 
gust 7,  1861. 

WILLIAM  COAN,  from  August  13  to  No- 
vember 7,  1861. 

WILLIAM  H.  SANFORD,  from  November 

7,  1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
JOHN  BEVINES,  from  May  21  to  August 

8,  1861. 

VALENTINE  PETERS,  from  August  13, 
1861,  to  May  28,  1863. 


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OF  COMPANY  G. 
Captains: 
GILBERT   S.   JENNINGS,  from   May  2 

to  May  21,  1861. 
CHARLES    E.    JENNINGS,    from    May 

21,  1861,  to  October  i,  1862. 
L.    FRANK   BINDER,   from   October    i, 
1862,  to  May  28,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
EDMUND  R.  P.  SHURLEY,  from  May 

21  to  August  7,  1861. 
L.    FRANK    BINDER,    from    August    7, 

1861,  to  October  i,  1862. 

JOHN   S.  JENNINGS,  from  October   i, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
EDMUND  R.  P.  SHURLEY,  from  May 

2  to  May  21,  1861. 
L.    FRANK   BINDER,   from   May  21   to 

August  7,  1861. 
FRANK   LEE,   from  August  7,   1861,   to 

October  29,  1862. 
JULIUS  ULLMAN,  from  September  28, 

1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  H. 
Captains: 

THOMAS  DAVIS,  from  May  21,  1861, 
to  August  30,  1862. 

EDWARD  A.  ROSS  LEWIN,  from  Au- 
gust 31,  1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

W.    MELVIN    BROWN,   from   May   21, 

1861,  to  April  2,  1862. 

EDWARD  A.  ROSS  LEWIN,  from  April 

2  to  August  31,  1862. 
JABEZ    L.    MILLER,    from    August    31, 

1862,  to  May  24,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

EDWARD  A.  ROSS  LEWIN,  from  May 

21,  1861,  to  April  2,  1862. 
JABEZ    L.    MILLER,    from    April    2    to 

August  31,   1862. 
ALFRED  J.   SWAN,  from  November   I, 

1862,  to  May  24,   1863. 

OF  COMPANY  I. 
Captains: 

JOHN  H.  PALMER,  from  May  21  to 
August  7,  1861. 


WILLIAM    P.    WEST,    from    August   7, 

1861,  to  January  n,  1862. 
CHARLES   B.    COVENTRY,   from  Jan- 

uary ii  to  October  19,  1862. 
JAMES    H.    McLAUGHLIN,    from    Oc- 

tober 19,  1862,  to  May  28,  1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 

HENRY  J.  FLINT,  from  May  21  to  Au- 

gust 7,   1861. 
ALONZO    A.    THOMPSON,    from    Au- 

gust 7,  1861,  to  January  11,  1862. 
JAMES    H.    McLAUGHLIN,    from    Jan- 

uary ii  to  October  19,  1862. 
WILLIAM    P.    GIFFORD,   from   Febru- 

ary 26  to  May  28,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 

JOHN    W.    KINNEY,   from    May   21    to 

August  7,  1861. 
CHARLES  R.  JOHNSON,  from  August 

7,  1861,  to  January  28,  1862. 
WILLIAM  P.  GIFFORD,  from  January 

29,  1862,  to  February  26,  1863. 

OF  COMPANY  K. 
Captains: 

JAMES  B.  CARYLE,  from  May  21,  1861, 

to  March  ii,  1863. 
EMMETT  HARDER,  from  March  12  to 

May  24,   1863. 

First  Lieutenants: 
CHARLES  F.  BARAGER,  from  May  21 

to  August  7,   1861. 
EMMETT    HARDER,    from    August    8, 

1861,  to  March  12,  1863. 
WILLARD   G.   HALSTEAD,   from   May 

15  to  May  24,  1863. 

Second  Lieutenants: 
EMMETT    HARDER,   from    May   21    to 

August  8,  1861. 
ALBERT    D.    LYNCH,    from   August   7, 

1861,  to  March  25, 


OFFICERS  WHO  WERE   COMMISSIONED  OR  AP- 

POINTED BUT  DID  NOT  SERVE  IN  THE  GRADES 

NAMED. 

BINGHAM,   L.  M.,  as   Paymaster. 
JONES,  ENOCH,  as  Captain. 
HALSTEAD,    WILLIAM    H.,    as    First 

Lieutenant. 
ADAMS,  AARON,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 


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CHAPMAN,  EDWARD,  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant. 

HALL,   CHARLES,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 
WILLIAMS,  JOHN,  as  Second  Lieutenant. 

MEDALS  OF  HONOR  GRANTED  BY  THE  PRESI- 
DENT TO 

CLEVELAND,  CHARLES  F.,  Private, 
Company  C,  for  great  bravery  at  the 
battle  of  Antietam,  Md.,  September  17, 
1862. 

KEENE,  JOSEPH,  Private,  Company  B, 
for  conspicuous  gallantry  at  the  battle  of 
Fredericksburg,  Va.,  December  13,  1862. 

SCHUBERT,  MARTIN,  Corporal,  Com- 
pany E,  for  distinguished  gallantry  at 
the  battle  of  Fredericksburg,  Va.,  De- 
cember 13,  1862. 

BREVET  COMMISSION  OF  NEW  YORK  VOLUN- 
TEERS GRANTED  BY  THE  GOVERNOR  TO  AN 
ENLISTED  MAN  AS  FOLLOWS  : 

HARRIS,  NELSON  J.,  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany D,  First  Lieutenant. 

Record  of  the  Officers. 

ACKERMAN,  CHARLES,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  May  21,  1861;  promoted 
Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  January  n,  1862;  de- 
tailed as  Adjutant,  December  15,  1862; 
mustered  in  as  such,  April  i,  1863;  mus- 
tered out  with  regiment,  May  28,  1863, 
at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  January  17,  1862,  with  rank 
from  January  n,  1862,  vice  Charles  T. 
Schmidt,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant 
and  Adjutant,  February  n,  1863,  with 
rank  from  December  15,  1862,  vice 
Bacon,  died,  of  wounds  received  in 
action. 

ADAMS,  AARON,  age  19  years;  enrolled 
May  14,  1861,  at  Candor  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany K,  May  21,  1861;  promoted  First 
Sergeant,  August  i,  1862;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  28,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1863,  with 
rank  from  October  19,  1862,  vice  Lynch, 
promoted. 

ARROWSMITH,  GEORGE  W.,  age  22 
years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Utica  to 


serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  D,  May  21,  1861;  mus- 
tered out,  September  9,  1862,  for  ap- 
pointment as  Captain  and  Assistant  Ad- 
jutant-General, U.  S.  Volunteers;  com- 
missioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  7,  1861,  original. 

BACON,  WILLIAM  K.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  April  23,  1861,  at  Utica  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Pri- 
vate, Company  A,  I4th  Infantry,  May 
17,  1861;  transferred  to  Company  F, 
this  regiment,  July  — ,  1861;  mustered 
in  as  Adjutant,  August  7,  1861;  wounded 
in  action,  August  31,  1862,  at  Bull  Run, 
Va.,  and  December  13,  1862,  at  Fred- 
ericksburg, Va.;  died,  of  his  wounds, 
December  15,  1862;  commissioned  Ad- 
jutant, August  14,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  7,  1861,  original. 

BARAGER,  CHARLES  F.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  14,  1861,  at  Candor  to 
serve  three  months;  mustered  in  as 
First  Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  21, 
1861;  resigned,  August  7,  1861;  subse- 
quent service  in  I37th  Infantry;  com- 
missioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  14,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

BARNETT,  HENRY  D.,  age  21  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  B,  May  21,  1861;  as 
First  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1861;  re- 
signed, October  28,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original;  First 
Lieutenant,  August  14,  1861,  with  rank 
from  August  7,  1861,  vice  N.  W.  Palmer, 
promoted. 

BEVINES,  JOHN,  age  25  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  three 
months;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, Company  F,  May  21,  1861;  re- 
signed, August  8,  1861;  enrolled  Au- 
gust 30,  1862,  at  Utica  to  serve  three 
years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  November  24,  1862; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  28, 
1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  subsequent  ser- 
vice in  8oth  Infantry;  see  57th  Infantry; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  3,  1861, 
original;  recommissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, November  24,  1862,  with  rank 


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moted. 

BINDER,  L.  FRANK,  age  22  years;  en- 
rolled May  2,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  G,  May  21,  1861; 
as  First  Lieutenant,  August  7,  1861; 
as  Captain,  October  I,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  28,  1863,  at 
Utica,  N.  Y.;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  18,  1861,  original;  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  14,  1861,  with  rank  from 
August  7,  1861,  vice  E.  R.  P.  Shurley, 
promoted;  Captain,  November  7,  1862, 
with  rank  from  October  i,  1862,  vice 
C.  E.  Jennings,  died,  of  wounds  re- 
ceived in  action. 

BINGHAM,  L.  M.,  appointed  Paymaster, 
May,  1861,  to  July,  1861;  not  mustered 
in  or  commissioned. 

BLACKWELL,  GEORGE  A.,  age  24 
years;  enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Utica 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as 
Captain,  Company  B,  May  21,  1861;  re- 
signed, April  2,  1862;  enrolled  at  Al- 
bany to  serve  three  years,  and  mustered 
in  as  Captain,  Company  F,  February 
10,  1863;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  28,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  i,  1861,  original;  again 
commissioned  Captain,  December  26, 
1862,  with  rank  of  same  date,  vice  Wet- 
more,  promoted. 

BLACKWELL,  WILLIAM  B.,  age  23 
years;  enrolled  May  17,  1861,  at  Utica 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant  and  Quartermaster,  May  21, 
1861;  resigned,  October  30,  1862;  com- 
missioned Quartermaster,  August  27, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  17,  1861, 
original. 

BRENDLE,  ANTON,  age  50  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
three  months;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  E,  May  21,  1861;  discharged, 
August  7,  1861;  subsequent  service  in 
97th  Infantry;  commissioned  Captain, 
July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  7, 
1861,  original. 

BRISTOL,  DANIEL  W.,  age  —  years; 
enrolled  at  Utica  to  serve  two  years, 
and  mustered  in  as  Chaplain,  September 
27,  1861;  resigned,  January  3,  1863;  see 


2d  Artillery;  commissioned  Chaplain,  Oc- 
tober 18,  1861,  with  rank  from  September 
27,  1861,  vice  Ira  P.  Smith,  resigned. 

BROWN,  W.  MELVIN,  age  27  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Rochester  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  H,  May  21,  1861; 
as  Captain,  Company  B,  April  2,  1862; 
resigned,  July  24,  1862;  commissioned 
First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  2,  1861,  original;  Captain, 
April  9,  1862,  with  rank  from  April 
2,  1862,  vice  George  A.  Blackwell,  re- 
signed. 

CARYLE,  JAMES  B.,  age  31  years;  en- 
rolled May  14,  1861,  at  Candor  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany K,  May  21,  1861;  dismissed,  March 
n,  1863;  subsequent  service  in  35th  Bat- 
tery; commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861, 
with  rank  from  May  14,  1861,  original. 

CHAPMAN,  EDWARD,  age  35  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private,  Com- 
pany B,  June  19,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, August  24,  1861;  Sergeant,  no  date; 
Sergeant-Major,  August  30,  1862;  dis- 
charged, June  9,  1863,  at  Albany,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned,  not  mustered,  Second 
Lieutenant,  May  13,  1863,  with  rank  from 
April  20,  1863,  vice  W.  H.  Halstead,  pro- 
moted. 

CHRISTIAN,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  36 
years;  enrolled  May  17,  1861,  at  Elmira 
to  serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Col- 
onel, May  21,  1861;  resigned,  September 
19,  1862,  at  Sharpsburg,  Md. ;  Brigadier- 
General,  U.  S.  Volunteers,  by  brevet, 
from  March  13,  1865;  commissioned  Col- 
onel, June  20,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
17,  1861,  original. 

CHURCH,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  31  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Corporal,  Com- 
pany C,  May  21,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant, 
July  20,  1861;  First  Sergeant,  November 
7,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
B,  July  24,  1862;  resigned,  November  14, 
1862;  commissioned  Captain,  August  30, 
1862,  with  rank  from  July  24,  1862,  vice 
Brown,  resigned. 

CO  AN,  WILLIAM,  age  29  years;  enrolled 
May  3,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  two  years; 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  F,  May 
21,  1861;  promoted  Corporal,  August  6, 


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1861 ;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
August  13,  1861;  resigned,  November  7, 
1861;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 14,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  7, 
1861,  vice  Patten,  resigned. 

COOLEY,  OLIVER  B.,  age  23  years;  en- 
rolled May  3,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Company 
F,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted  First  Ser- 
geant, November  7,  1861 ;  mustered  in  as 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  D,  May  16, 
1863;  mustered  out,  May  28,  1863;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  May  13, 
1863,  with  rank  from  March  u,  1863,  vice 
W.  G.  Halstead,  promoted. 

COSSLEMAN,  MONTGOMERY,  age  25 
years;  enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Utica  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  A,  May  21,  1861;  killed  in  ac- 
tion, August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ; 
commissioned  Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  i,  1861,  original. 

COVENTRY,  CHARLES  B.,  age  26 
years;  enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Utica  to 
serve  two  years;  musteredi  in  as  Private, 
Company  E,  May  21,  1861;  promoted 
Commissary-Sergeant,  to  date  May  5, 
1861;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  E,  August  6,  1861 ;  promoted 
Captain,  Company  I,  January  II,  1862; 
resigned,  October  19,  1862;  subsequent 
service  in  24th  Cavalry;  see  I57th  Infan- 
try; commissioned  First  Lieutenant,  Au- 
gust 14,  1861,  with  rank  from  August  7, 
1861,  vice  O.  W.  Sheldon,  resigned;  Cap- 
tain, January  17,  1862,  with  rank  from 
January  n,  1862,  vice  West,  resigned. 

COVENTRY,  WALTER  B.,  age  28  years; 
enrolled  May  17,  1861,  at  Camden  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Surgeon,  May 
21,  1861;  mustered  out  with  regiment, 
May  28,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y. ;  commis- 
sioned Surgeon,  August  14,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  17,  1861,  original. 

DAVIS,  THOMAS,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
May  2,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve  two 
years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Company 
H,  May  21,  1861;  killed  in  action,  August 
30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  commissioned 
Captain,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
2,  1861,  original. 

DUNHAM,  MARTIN  N.,  age  23  years; 
enrolled  May  i,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany B,  May  21,  1861;  promoted  First 
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Sergeant,  no  date;  mustered  in  as  First 
Lieutenant,  November  20,  1862;  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  28,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
February  n,  1863,  with  rank  from  No- 
vember 20,  1862,  vice  Harlow,  promoted. 

FAIRBANKS,  JOHN  H.,  age  43  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
three  months;  mustered  in  as  Captain, 
Company  C,  May  21,  1861;  resigned,  Au- 
gust 7,  1861;  subsequent  service  in  H7th 
Infantry;  commissioned  Captain,  July  4, 
1861,  with  rank  from  May  18,  1861,  orig- 
inal. 

FLINT,  HENRY  J.,  age  28  years;  enrolled 
May  13,  1861,  at  Elmira  to  serve  three 
months;  mustered  in  as  First  Lieutenant, 
Company  I,  May  21,  1861;  resigned,  Au- 
gust 7,  1861 ;  enrolled  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years,  and  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  I,  December  u,  1861;  pro- 
moted Sergeant,  no  date;  wounded  in 
action,  December  13,  1862,  at  Fredericks- 
burg,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with  company, 
May  28,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  commis- 
sioned First  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with 
rank  from  May  13,  1861,  original. 

GARDINER,  WILLIAM  C,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  May  7,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  First  Sergeant, 
Company  D,  May  21,  1861;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, August  9,  1861;  resigned,  January 
10,  1863;  commissioned  First  Lieutenant, 
August  14,  1861,  with  rank  from  August 
7,  1861,  vice  W.  P.  West,  promoted. 

GIFFORD,  WILLIAM  P.,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  13,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany I,  May  21,  1861;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, January  29,  1862;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, February  26,  1863;  mustered  out 
with  company,  May  28,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  subsequent  service  in  2d  Ar- 
tillery; commissioned  Second  Lieutenant, 
February  12,  1862,  with  rank  from  Janu- 
ary 28,  1862,  vice  Johnson,  resigned;  First 
Lieutenant,  May  13,  1863,  with  rank  from 
February  26,  1863,  vice  Gardiner,  resigned. 

HALL,  CHARLES,  age  34  years;  enrolled 
at  Rochester  to  serve  two  years,  and 
mustered  in  as  Private,  Company  H,  May 
2,  1861;  promoted  Sergeant,  no  date; 
First  Sergeant,  March  26,  1863:  mustered 
out  with  company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica, 
N.  Y. ;  again  enrolled  June  16,  1863,  at 


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Rochester  to  serve  three  years;  mustered 
in  as  Private,  Company  M,  1st  Veteran 
Cavalry,  November  19,  1863;  promoted 
Corporal,  March  5,  1864;  Quartermaster- 
Sergeant,  June  28,  1864;  transferred  to 
Company  I,  October  31,  1864;  returned  to 
ranks,  July  6,  1865;  mustered  out  with 
company,  July  20,  1865,  at  Camp  Piatt 
W.  Va. ;  commissioned,  not  mustered, 
Second  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1863,  with 
rank  from  February  24,  1863,  vice 
Wample,  resigned. 

HALL,  RICHARD  C,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  7,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  three 
months;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  D,  May  21,  1861 ;  resigned, 
August  7,  1861;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  7,  1861,  original. 

HALSTEAD,  WILLARD  G.,  age  19 
years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Utica  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Private, 
Company  C,  May  21,  1861;  promoted  Cor- 
poral, September  4,  1861;  Sergeant,  No- 
vember 7,  1861;  Sergeant-Major,  April  2, 
1862;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant, 
Company  D,  August  30,  1862;  as  First 
Lieutenant,  Company  K,  May  15,  1863; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  24, 
1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.;  Captain,  N.  Y. 
Volunteers,  by  brevet;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  November  7,  1862,  with 
rank  from  August  30,  1862,  vice  Miller, 
promoted;  First  Lieutenant,  May  13,  1863, 
with  rank  from  March  n,  1863,  vice 
Harder,  promoted. 

HALSTEAD,  WILLIAM  H.,  age  20 
years;  enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Utica  to 
serve  two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant, 
Company  C,  May  21,  1861 ;  promoted 
First  Sergeant,  September  4,  1861;  mus- 
tered in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  November 
7,  1861;  wounded  in  action,  December  13, 

1862,  at    Fredericksburg,   Va. ;    mustered 
out    with    company,     May    28,    1863,    at 
Utica,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Second  Lieu- 
tenant,   November    18,    1861,    with    rank 
from  November  7,   1861,  vice  Neill,  pro- 
moted;   First    Lieutenant,    not   mustered, 
May  13,   1863,  with  rank  from  April  20, 

1863,  vice  Jones,  promoted. 
HARDER,   EMMETT,  age  24  years;   en- 
rolled May  14,  1861,  at  Candor  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant,   Company    K,    May   21,    1861;    as 


First  Lieutenant,  August  8,  1861;  as  Cap- 
tain, March  12,  1863;  mustered  out  with 
company,  May  24,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y.; 
commissioned  Second  Lieutenant,  July  4, 

1861,  with  rank  from  May  14,  1861,  orig- 
inal;  First   Lieutenant,   August    14,    1861, 
with  rank  from  August  7,  1861,  vice  C.  F. 
Barager,  resigned;  Captain,  May  13,  1863, 
with    rank    from    March    n,    1863,    vice 
Caryle,  dismissed. 

HARLOW,  WILLIAM  J.,  age  19  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Sergeant,  Com- 
pany B,  May  21,  1861;  as  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, August  7,  1861;  as  First  Lieu- 
tenant, April  7,  1862;  as  Captain,  Novem- 
ber 20,  1862;  wounded  in  action,  Decem- 
ber 13,  1862,  at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ; 
mustered  out  with  company,  May  28, 
1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y. ;  commissioned  Sec- 
ond Lieutenant,  August  14,  1861,  with 
rank  from  August  7,  1861,  vice  H.  D. 
Barnett,  promoted;  First  Lieutenant, 
April  14,  1862,  with  rank  from  April  7, 

1862,  vice   C.   E.    Lasher,   resigned;    Cap- 
tain, December  20,  1862,  with  rank  from 
November  20,  1862,  vice  Church,  resigned. 

HARRINGTON,  EDWIN,  age  24  years; 
enrolled  May  3,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve 
three  months;  mustered  in  as  Second 
Lieutenant,  Company  C,  May  21,  1861; 
resigned,  July  20,  1861;  commissioned 
Second  Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank 
from  May  3,  1861,  original. 

HAY,  GILBERT,  age  42  years;  enrolled 
at  Utica  to  serve  two  years,  and  mus- 
tered in  as  Private,  Company  A,  June  I, 
1861 ;  promoted  Sergeant,  July  8,  1861 ; 
mustered  in  as  Second  Lieutenant,  July 
21,  1861;  as  First  Lieutenant,  August  7, 
1861 ;  resigned,  November  5,  1861 ;  com- 
missioned Second  Lieutenant,  August  14, 
1861,  with  rank  from  July  30,  1861,  vice 
P.  D.  Hickox,  resigned;  First  Lieuten- 
ant, August  14,  1861,  with  rank  from  Au- 
gust 7,  1861,  vice  W.  E.  Mercer,  resigned. 

HICKOX,  PERRY  D.,  age  25  years;  en- 
rolled May  i,  1861,  at  Utica  to  serve  three 
months;  mustered  in  as  Second  Lieuten- 
ant, Company  A,  May  21,  1861 ;  resigned, 
July  30,  1861;  commissioned  Second 
Lieutenant,  July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from 
May  i,  1861,  original. 

JAMES,  ED  WARD;  enrolled  and  appointed 
Second  Lieutenant,  Company  B,  May  I, 


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1861 ;  paid  by  State  to  May  21,  1861 ;  com- 
missioned, not  mustered,  Second  Lieu- 
tenant, July  4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May 
I,  1861,  original. 

JENNINGS,  CHARLES  E.,  age  34  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Rochester  to  serve 
two  years;  mustered  in  as  Captain,  Com- 
pany G,  May  21,  1861 ;  wounded  in  action, 
August  30,  1862,  at  Bull  Run,  Va. ;  died, 
of  his  wounds,  October  i,  1862,  at  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  commissioned  Captain,  July 
4,  1861,  with  rank  from  May  18,  1861, 
original. 

JENNINGS,  GILBERT  S.,  age  44  years; 
enrolled  May  2,  1861,  at  Elmira  as  Cap- 
tain, Company  G,  to  serve  two  years ;  mus- 
tered in  as  Major,  May  21,  1861 ;  as 
Lieutenant-Colonel,  September  20,  1862; 
wounded  in  action,  December  16-17,  1862, 
at  Fredericksburg,  Va. ;  mustered  out  with 
regiment,  May  28,  1863,  at  Utica,  N.  Y. ; 
subsequent  service  in  Veteran  Reserve 
Corps;  not  commissioned  Captain;  com-